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Regional Contacts

The RTPI East of England Region is governed by the Regional Management Board (RMB) and the Regional Activities Committee (RAC).

The 2017 Regional Chair is Wendy Hague.

You can get in touch with Members of the RMB and RAC via the East of England Regional Co-ordinator, Tina Palmer.

Regional Office Contact Details

Regional Co-ordinator: Tina Palmer

Email: eastofengland@rtpi.org.uk. Telephone: 01359 250258.

Post:   PO Box 708, BURY ST EDMUNDS, Suffolk, IP31 2XP

Other Regional Contacts

  • Regional Co-ordinator  -  Tina Palmer
  • Regional Representative on RTPI General Assembly -  Charlotte Burton
  • Deputy Representative on RTPI Gen. Assembly  - Jake Nugent
  • Regional Representative on RTPI Regions & Nations Panel - to be confirmed
  • Deputy Representative on RTPI Regions & Nations Panel - to be confirmed
  • Regional CPD Programme Convenors  - Wendy Hague and  Tina Palmer
  • Regional Consultation Co-ordinator  - Robert Purton
  • Regional Newsletter Editor  -  Peter Hakes   (note change of email address)
  • Regional Planning Aid Contact  -  Adam Banham
  • Young Planners Liaison Officer  - to be confirmed

To contact the RTPI's main office at Botolph Lane, please click here.

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