The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) is governed, under the provisions of its Royal Charter and Byelaws through a Board of Trustees with a General Assembly, supported by various regional and specialism-based committees. We also hold an Annual General Meeting which is open to all RTPI members, allowing them to play a part in any major decisions.
The General Assembly provides a forum for debate about the development of planning policy and practice. It is also responsible for the RTPI's corporate policy. Each year, the Assembly elects six corporate members, a young planner and an association representative for the Board of Trustees.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is responsible for the management of the RTPI's affairs as well as promoting key objectives.
We also have a number of committees, including the Scottish Executive Committee - which has extensive delegated authority for running the RTPI in Scotland, networks, specialist panels and working groups.
RTPI 2010-2014 corporate strategy
The RTPI corporate strategy for 2010-2014 has now been approved by the RTPI's Board of Trustees as the basis for a mission statement for the RTPI. It is designed to develop the framework provided for the RTPI and for the activity of planning in the RTPI's New Vision for Planning. You can download the Corporate Strategy here.