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29 August 2014
The RTPI North East panel of judges has shortlisted four excellent and worthy entries across the region that have contributed outstanding planning projects. The Awards celebrat...
11 August 2014
John Romanski, Senior Planning Aid England Advisor, explains the difference between brownfield, greenfield and green belt land to BBC Radio Merseyside's breakfast show, Tony Sne...
07 August 2014
Letter to the Daily Telegraph on financial compensation.
The RTPI has reservations about the Deputy Prime Minister’s recent announcement that home-owners will be offere...
06 August 2014
An online census offers the possibility that planners will have fast access to comprehensive information which could lead to more accurate housing projection figures.
31 July 2014
The RTPI is sad to learn news of the death of Sir Peter Hall, who is considered by many to be one of the foremost planners and academics of his generation. Equally at home dis...
31 July 2014
Craig McLaren, RTPI Scotland Director, said: “We are pleased that the Commission has recognised the important role that planning can play in delivering new housing. The report s...
23 July 2014
Richard Blyth, Head of Policy, Practice and Research at the RTPI, appeared on BBC Three Counties Radio this morning talking about the Duty to Cooperate, and how government could...
22 July 2014
Research published today by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), representing 23,000 professional planners working in the private, public, education and charitable sectors,...
18 July 2014
The report from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) rightly argues that we need to adopt a much more comprehensive approach to resilience for water companies, major roads...
17 July 2014
Following a far more reaching reshuffle than many anticipated earlier this week, the Royal Town Planning Institute welcomed the new members of the Department for Communities and...