In addition to our regional branches, the RTPI supports a number of special interest networks, groups and forums. These encourage informed discussion and debate, and sharing of good practice and information, between members and the Institute on specific topics and professional issues.
NAPE promotes and enhances the role of planning enforcement in
the planning profession.
Providing events, networking and resources for planners in the early stages of their career.
Developing policy, knowledge and good practice for the RTPI and
CIH. This network is open to members of both institutes.
For RTPI members who work as sole practitioners or run their own
small planning practices.
A space to share knowledge, ask questions and promote best
The Regeneration Network is for RTPI members who are involved in
or interested in regeneration, in any setting (rural, urban or
The RTPI-TPS Transport Planning Network (TPN) is a member-driven
forum for transport planners and those with an interest in
The network aims to address issues that might bring greater
clarity to urban design in practice. It also includes an Historic
PIPA aims to influence planning policies and to press
decision-makers to address current planning-related issues
Aims to increase knowledge exchange between planning educators,
researchers and practitioners.
Resources and networking for those interested in planning and
A research programme providing data, concepts and techniques for
developing effective place-based policies.
The Royal Town Planning Institute
41 Botolph Lane, London, EC3R 8DL
Tel: 020 7929 9494
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