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16 November 2017
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is the latest higher education institution whose town planning undergraduate programme has been accredited by the Royal Town Planning...
15 November 2017
Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland’s ‘second city’ known for its chequered past and magnificent 17th century city walls, has today – following years of successful regeneration...
13 November 2017
Local housing need could be better assessed, but Government proposals for a new methodology would only entrench existing house building patterns and fail to address the need for...
10 November 2017
Stephen Wilkinson MRTPI, RTPI President said:
"Many congratulations to all of our new Chartered Members. Employers rightly recognise the hallmark of the professional expertise a...
09 November 2017
Humans are ‘living beyond their means’ and action must be taken now, a leading sustainability engineer has warned. By breaching ‘planetary boundaries’ in a number of areas – hum...
07 November 2017
Young planners’ valuable role in shaping society’s future health and happiness was highlighted at an RTPI national conference last week.
Planning for health is critical
06 November 2017
The RTPI is calling on the Chancellor to use his Autumn Budget to follow through the Government’s promises to tackle the housing crisis with “substantial actions”.
“We hope to ...
30 October 2017
The RTPI has launched a radio show specially designed to introduce 8 – 13 year olds to town planning and its importance to their daily lives.
“Agent Plan-it” is a collaboration...
27 October 2017
Enforcement of planning controls is essential to maintain public and political trust in the planning system. Enforcement officers, often the public face of the planning system, ...
24 October 2017
Large-scale housing sites – developments with thousands of units similar to those envisaged in the Government’s garden villages – can help bring about housing affordability but ...