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RTPI Cymru

RTPI Cymru promotes planning as a profession and builds links with other built environment professions and organisations throughout Wales. We also support dialogue on planning policy issues with many Welsh public bodies, industry representatives and within the media.


Nod RTPI Cymru yw hyrwyddor proffesiwn cynllunio a meithrin cysylltiadau gyda sefydliadau a phroffesiynau eraill yr amgylchedd adeiledig ledled Cymru. Rydym yn trafod materion syn ymwneud â pholisi cynllunio gydag amryfal gyrff cyhoeddus Cymru, cynrychiolwyr y diwydiant ar cyfryngau.



  • The latest edition of Cynllunio is now available to download

    The Summer edition of Cynllunio is packed full of news and features and details of upcoming events.

  • Planning (Wales) Bill passes Stage 4

    RTPI Cymru welcomes the passage of the Bill and looks forward to it becoming law.

  • 2015 Wales Planning Award open for entries

    Entries are now invited to the Wales Planning Award 2015. Do you have a piece of planning work you think is worth telling others about?

  • The history of planning in Wales

    As part of the RTPI's Centenary celebrations, articles about the history of planning in Wales were published during 2014 and provide an excellent precis of the development of planning in Wales.

  • RTPI Cymru has submitted its response to the Welsh Government's Positive Planning and draft Planning (Wales) Bill consultation

    To see RTPI Cymru's response to the Welsh Goverment's consultation and to follow how we arrived there follow the link.

  • Study into Planning Committees in Wales

    The Independent Advisory Group (IAG) produced its report "Towards a Welsh Planning Act: Ensuring the Planning System Delivers". The Report advises that "An independent body is commissioned to conduct a study of the operation of Planning Committees in Wales to determine whether there is a link between efficiency and effectiveness and committee size." Consequently Welsh Ministers invited the Royal Town Planning Institute in Wales (RTPI Cymru) to take forward the recommendation.

    The report is now available to view along with further information here.

  • Catch up with what went on

    The Wales Planning Conference was held in June. The presentations and reports from the day's programme can be viewed on line.

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@RTPICymru : RT @CaroleAnneDavie: 'We took to Australia, Welsh values: hard work, the power of education and a love of learning' #POWiPL #juliagillard h… 02/07/2015 - 07:34

@RTPICymru : RT @designcfw: Multi-million pound Castle Quarter opens in Swansea 02/07/2015 - 07:33

@RTPICymru : Interesting article in today's Westernmail by @RobChapman_Co on Wales' city regions & need for leadership. A strategic spatial approach too? 24/06/2015 - 11:42