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27 July 2017
Stephen Wilkinson, RTPI President said:
"Many congratulations to all of our new Chartered Members. Employers rightly recognise the hallmark of the professional expertise and in...
19 July 2017
The RTPI has agreed to provide full support and expertise to the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) Independent Expert Advisory Panel through the Construct...
18 July 2017
Stephen Wilkinson, RTPI President, saw how planners are helping to support economic growth across the East of England during a visit with members last week.
17 July 2017
The RTPI has launched a new online learning tool to help town planners understand their role in creating better environments for people living with dementia. It follows the publ...
13 July 2017
The RTPI has welcomed a new report by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Excellence in the Built Environment which warns that Brexit could prove disastrous for the delivery o...
12 July 2017
Two award winning planning projects – Cranbrook and Exe Estuary Trail - featured in the President’s visit with members in the South West of England last week.
11 July 2017
Sir Terry Farrell CBE has been awarded the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Gold Medal in recognition of his outstanding achievements as one of the world’s most influential arc...
06 July 2017
The RTPI has joined eleven national organisations to call on the Government to act on pressing rural issues such as the lack of affordable housing and much reduced local service...
05 July 2017
Bob May is the newest Fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute. Fellowship is the RTPI's highest membership class and was awarded to Mr May for his outstanding contribution...
03 July 2017
RTPI Scotland has published the last two of its five think pieces which aim to advance ideas on how the planning system can be improved and feed into the thinking of the Scottis...