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Suffolk St afterThe Regeneration Network is for RTPI members who are involved in or interested in regeneration, in any setting (rural, urban or coastal).

It covers topics such as community involvement, participation and engagement, physical regeneration, tourism and regeneration, retail and town centres.

Network members learn about and share knowledge of these topics through the email bulletin, website, study visits and meetings.

If you are an RTPI member you can join the Network here.


The Regeneration Network aims to recognise the positive contribution that planning makes to delivering successful regeneration in the UK. It enables planners and other regeneration practitioners to network and learn from each other.

The Network's objectives are to:

  • Promote the interests of planners and planning in regeneration
  • Share members knowledge and expertise by participating in Network activities
  • Deliver Network activities and services that are relevant to members involved or interested in all aspects of regeneration
  • Work across borders, sharing good practice in regeneration across all regions and nations

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