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12 January 2017
Tidal lagoons could play a competitive role as part of the UK’s energy mix, helping to deliver a low-carbon, secure supply of energy, an independent review has said today.
11 January 2017
Graham Shaylor (pictured left), ex-Birmingham council officer was awarded the Lunar Medal at the Lunar Society Annual Dinner in Birmingham.
Graham was City Planning Officer a...
10 January 2017
RTPI Scotland is delighted that Kevin Stewart MSP, Minister for Local Government and Housing, has today published a vision for the future of planning that places people and comm...
09 January 2017
A new study of housing location around Blackburn and Warrington by the RTPI has found that about half of planning permissions granted between 2012 and 2015 were located outside ...
05 January 2017
Solar lighting, flood defences, regenerating derelict spaces and buildings, community gardens and greater use of technology were among the ideas put forward by the winners of th...
04 January 2017
The government has announced the locations of 14 new garden villages and a two-year £6 million fund to support their development across England.
Trudi Elliott, RTPI Chief Execu...
30 December 2016
Phil Williams, RTPI President said:
"Many congratulations to all of our new Chartered Members. Employers rightly recongise the hallmark of professional expertise and integrity ...
22 December 2016
The RTPI’s offices will be closed from Friday 23 December 2016 and the London office will re-open on Tuesday 3 January 2017. The Scotland office re-opens on 4 January.
16 December 2016
RTPI Scotland has welcomed a number of key proposals outlined in yesterday's draft Scottish budget. In particular, it was pleased to see reconfirmation of £3 billion of funding ...
12 December 2016
RTPI Scotland has established five common priorities for Scottish Planning Reform with the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. This ...