Learn more and get involved
If you would like to learn more about housing at the RTPI, continue your CPD or get involved, please see these links.
Why planning is critical to solving London's housing crisis.
Why single-issue answers don't work for the housing market. See more of our blogs.
Our debate brought together a number of leading thinkers to provide a diverse range of perspectives on greenbelt development.
We are proud to be a founding partner of a coalition of organisations who are campaigning to bring together all those who believe that everyone has a right to a decent affordable home to call their own.
Highlights how new homes can be built in the places where they are most needed by unlocking existing large scale housing schemes and potential sites across England and Scotland.
Research report includes a tool to enable planners to find out how the household projections for English local authorities have changed between the 2008-based projections and the 2011-based interim projections. Explores factors important to understanding the latest projections and how they should be used.
Planning Aid England has produced a suite of resources providing practical tips and advice to assist community groups when developing a neighbourhood plan.
Focuses on demographic change and climate change. Suggests how planning can help and why it is crucial in how our societies respond to these challenges.
An article in our journal The Planner that looks at what planners can learn from the financial and governance arrangements of Letchworth.
Showcases the very best in exceptional examples of planning to deliver housing and celebrates the contribution that planners and planning make to society. The Rise in Newcastle won the 2015 Award for Excellence in Delivering Housing
Join our free Network which plays an important part in developing policy, knowledge and good practice for the RTPI and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
Being a member of the RTPI makes you part of a community at the forefront of planning. Our members actively influence current thinking on spatial planning through participating in debates, developing good practice, responding to government consultations and bridging the gap between policy and research. You will also access a huge range of member benefits from access to special interest networks to discounts on events, talks and at high street retailers.
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