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Cynllunio: RTPI Cymru Newsletter

The RTPI Cymru Newsletter - Cynllunio - is sent to all RTPI members based in Wales and to key stakeholders, Chairs of Planning Committees in Wales and key Welsh Government MInisters. It is published four times a year.

The latest edition is the Autumn 2017 Edition.

Please note that from 2015, Cynllunio will only be published electronically. To ensure they receive a copy, RTPI Cymru members must keep their e-mail address up to date with the RTPI. You can do this via the RTPI website by going to My RTPI.

If you are interested in submitting an article please contact Roisin Willmott. Future copy deadlines are:

  • Winter Edition 2017: Thursday 9th November 2017 (published December 2017)
  • Spring Edition 2018: Thursday 8 February 2018 (published March 2018)
  • Summer Edition 2018: Thursday 24 May 2018 (published June 2018)

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Cynllunio back copies

Electronic editions are available here in Adobe (pdf) format.

Previous Years

Planning Wales

Planning Wales was the former newsletter for RTPI Cymru.


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@RTPICymru : Prosperity Strategy published by @WelshGovernment today recognises planning is important to achieve objectives 19/09/2017 - 05:43

@RTPICymru : Pleased to be in partnership with @wgcs_enviro seeking out images of Wales. 13/09/2017 - 04:38

@RTPICymru : RT @drneilharris: Great to see @CUGeogPlan colleagues winning as part of research team at #rtpiresearchawards 13/09/2017 - 12:47

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