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Regeneration is an holistic process which aims to reverse the economic, social and physical decline of places where market forces alone will not suffice.

Our viewpoint

The RTPI believes the spatial planning system should be placed at the heart of regeneration. The planning process provides the opportunity to enRegen Network Cardiff event photohance the role and capacity of communities as well as balancing community, business, environmental and individual needs. Effective regeneration requires active and meaningful long-term community engagement and involvement, as well as changes to the physical environment. Planners are skilled in both these areas.

Regeneration Network

The RTPI Regeneration Network is for anyone who is involved in or interested in regeneration, in any setting (rural, urban or coastal). It's free to join and welcomes new members. Membership includes opportunities to become involved in future events and receiving a regular email bulletin.

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RTPI Networks generate, demonstrate and disseminate knowledge and good practice.

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@rtpiknowledge : RT @ScotlandsTowns: Our first talk today comes from Kate Houghton of @RTPIScotland on "planning for place" at our event on Health, Wealth a… 25/04/2018 - 03:04

@rtpiknowledge : RT @InternatRTPI: @VRPvzw Bedankt! We kijken uit naar een productieve en langdurige uitwisseling van ideeen met Vlaamse planners in de toek… 25/04/2018 - 12:01

@rtpiknowledge : RT @RTPISouthWest: Great input into @RTPIPlanners NPPF Roundtable discussions today led by James Harris @urban_wonder @rtpiknowledge https:… 23/04/2018 - 12:50