Business and enterprise
Communication, Mediation and Negotiation Skills
Economy and Growth
Finance and viability
Heritage and Conservation
Leadership and Management
Minerals and waste
Politicians in Planning
Retail and Town Centres
Tourism and Leisure
Water and marine
East of England
18 April 2017
The UK Government’s Industrial Strategy shows a welcomed reaffirmation of a more coordinated and directional approach to economic planning, but it fails to link up with other go...
10 April 2017
Existing measures in England and Wales to access rising land values are not benefiting the public enough and are stalling housing delivery, the RTPI says today.
S106 and CIL no...
10 April 2017
The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) is a partner in a new national research centre set up to inform housing policy in the UK.
Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence
06 April 2017
Are you proud of the place where you were born, live or work? Do you think it has the potential to be nominated as one of the top 10 best places in Northern Ireland and be cro...
05 April 2017
The RTPI is partnering with the International Federation of Housing and Planning and other organisations to host a three-day Urban Thinkers Campus (UTC) in Belfast to help imple...
04 April 2017
Planners have called on the Scottish Government to establish national development priorities across Scotland and map them out clearly in a new National Development Plan (NDP).
03 April 2017
The England’s Great Places competition has been awarded Best PR Campaign at the Association Awards which recognise excellence in professional & trade associations in the UK ...
31 March 2017
Stephen Wilkinson, RTPI President said:
"Many congratulations to all of our new Chartered Members. Employers rightly recognise the hallmark of the professional expertise and in...
29 March 2017
2016 was a busy year as we worked to raise the profile of the Institute and the profession across the UK, Ireland and beyond. In this Annual Review, which includes a foreword by...
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.