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RTPI Scotland Annual Conference

THE NEW AGENDA: PLANNING AS VISIONARIES, FACILITATORS AND ENABLERS

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Tuesday 3 October 2017

COSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh

The planning system in Scotland is undergoing a significant review and a Planning Bill is scheduled to be published before the end of the year.  At the same time UN Habitat III in Quito has published the new urban agenda which outlines how planners and planning have a vital role in improving the quality of life for people by creating inclusive, successful and sustainable places.

The conference will look at the key issues we face in Scotland to develop an agenda for change. It will hear about opportunities, challenges faced and the new thinking and doing required from inspirational and forward thinking people.  Conference delegates will have the opportunity to discuss these with others and help develop and agree the way forward.

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Booking

Booking will be available soon through RTPI Conferences. Look out for announcements here and on Twitter.

RTPI Members (including Licentiates) - £125 + VAT   

Non Members - £150 + VAT

A limited number of places will be available for students and unemployed members/ licentiates at £30+VAT (Ref RTPIS30)

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