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28 March 2017
The Welsh Government is introducing new regulations to maximise efficiency in the planning process based on recommendations put forward in an independent RTPI Cymru study.
24 March 2017
RTPI President Stephen Wilkinson has seen first-hand how effectively working across council boundaries and building robust relationships are key to successful regeneration. His ...
23 March 2017
Jane Healey Brown is the newest Fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute following her election in March. Fellowship is the RTPI's highest membership class.
She is curre...
22 March 2017
New advice will help local communities better understand the process by which shale gas extraction (commonly known as fracking) proposals are processed in the planning system. T...
20 March 2017
The 2017 RTPI Awards for Research Excellence are now open for entries of exemplary planning research from all RTPI accredited planning schools and planning consultancies in th...
13 March 2017
Stephen Wilkinson, RTPI President has used his first official visit with members in the UK to see how planners are driving regeneration and protecting historic places in Thane...
10 March 2017
A parliamentary report into the draft Scottish Climate Change Plan, published today, has incorporated a number of issues raised by RTPI Scotland. The report by the Local Gover...
09 March 2017
A special RTPI Scotland Young Planner’s Network event raised the profile and voice of women in the built environment last night. Five prominent women (pictured, right) from acro...
08 March 2017
The RTPI has today launched a ‘one-stop-shop’ resource for members to understand how planning can deliver safe, healthy and sustainable environments for everyone. It brings toge...
08 March 2017
RTPI welcomes further detail, to provide clarity, on how the £23bn investment for infrastructure will be spent in the Spring Budget announced today by Chancellor Philip Hammond....