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Planning priorities for the next Mayor of London (2)

A series of roundtable debates from RTPI London

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 at 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Turley, 17 Gresse Street, London, W1T 1QL
RTPI London

RTPI London is hosting four roundtable discussions on planning priorities for the next Mayor of London, giving delegates an opportunity to share and discuss their views. The outputs from these roundtables will be used to develop a series of ‘asks’ for the next Mayor of London, helping to influence the debate leading up to the 2016 election.

The four roundtables will take place on the 15, 16, 21 and 22 September. Two are aimed specifically at Young Planners*, while the others are open to all Members.



The London sessions will focus on the GLA area, discussing what the next Mayor should prioritise within the GLA’s administrative boundary.

  • Young Planners session: Monday 21 September 2015; 8 - 10am
  • All other members: Tuesday 15 September 2015; 8 - 10am


London and its hinterland 

(Outer London and the wider South East)

RTPI London realises that the GLA boundary is only administrative. Travel-to-work areas show that London’s economic pull extends far beyond this area, and Londoners are increasingly relocating to the wider South East and East of England. These roundtable discussions will discuss priorities for the next Mayor across this wider sub-region. 

  • Young Planners session: Wednesday 16 Sep 2015; 4 - 6pm
  • All other members:  Tuesday 22 September 2015; 4 - 6pm


Refreshments will be provided at all of the above events.



To register for one of these roundtables email


Places are limited, so please RSVP by Monday 14 September 2015, clearly identifying which session you would like to attend. 


Other ways to make your voice heard


RTPI London have also launched an online questionnaire on planning priorities for the next Mayor of London, open to RTPI Members across London, the South East and the East of England.

Click here to complete the survey


* RTPI Young Planners are those with less than ten years' post-qualification experience