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East of England
08 May 2017
The RTPI has published new practical advice to help planners in cities and city regions respond to the growth of the digital economy and guide its future development.
05 May 2017
The Water Space Project, which is aiming to improve and encourage development along waterways across the Bath area, has won the top award at this year’s Royal Town Planning In...
03 May 2017
Ahead of the General Election on 8 June, the Royal Town Planning Institute has today released its manifesto. It calls on the next government to create an inclusive, economically...
02 May 2017
Many RTPI ideas were mentioned explicitly in a recent Parliamentary Select Committee report on housebuilding and were reflected in a number of recommendations.
The Committee ac...
27 April 2017
The RTPI’s Young Planners Conference 2016, has been shortlisted for Best Association Conference at the Conference Awards 2017. These prestigious annual awards recognise excellen...
26 April 2017
RTPI Scotland is taking forward five gamechanging ideas for the Scottish planning system in papers published today.
Each focussing on a specific proposal outlined in the Ins...
25 April 2017
A new Parliamentary report on disability and the built environment has echoed the RTPI’s call for more inclusive planning both by local authorities and national government.
19 April 2017
The RTPI has formally endorsed the Commonwealth Association of Planners (CAP) Fiji Declaration today. The Declaration urges Commonwealth Governments to implement the New Urban A...
18 April 2017
In light of today’s announcement to call a General Election on 8th June by Prime Minister May, Stephen Wilkinson, President of the Royal Town Planning Institute says:
18 April 2017
The UK Government’s Industrial Strategy shows a welcomed reaffirmation of a more coordinated and directional approach to economic planning, but it fails to link up with other go...