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RTPI Blog

  • Can’t we all be place planners?
    Can’t we all be place planners? 20 July 2017 Author: Hannah Budnitz

    Big data and technology are increasingly driving transport planning but often considerations for place are missing. Hannah Budnitz explains why transport planners need to reclaim their position in the place-... More »

  • Why sustainable transport planning is the answer
    Why sustainable transport planning is the answer 17 July 2017 Author: Jordan Martin

    Winner of the 2016 RTPI Trust Bursary explains why sustainable transport planning is the answer to many problems facing the country. More »

  • US planners give hope to climate change optimism
    US planners give hope to climate change optimism 10 July 2017 Author: Jason Jordan

    Jason Jordan from the American Planning Association believes there are good reasons why climate change actions in the United States will be decidedly different than the rhetoric from the White House. More »

  • Six things I learnt at the Planning Convention
    Six things I learnt at the Planning Convention 05 July 2017 Author: Annabel Le Lohé

    A student planner shares her take-outs from the annual RTPI Planning Convention which took place last month. More »

  • Brexit: A year on, where are we?
    Brexit: A year on, where are we? 30 June 2017 Author: Janice Morphet

    One year on from the Brexit referendum, Professor Janice Morphet takes stock of where we are and how things might affect planning. More »

  • Why I’m excited to start at the RTPI
    Why I’m excited to start at the RTPI 26 June 2017 Author: Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny, who has just joined the RTPI to lead on its work on housing affordability, tells us what attracts him to the Institute and planning. More »