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RTPI Scotland

RTPI Scotland

RTPI Scotland aims to support people and organisations to create great places for people across Scotland. We do this through:

  • leading thinking on how to create great places for people
  • supporting our Members to develop their skills
  • managing our knowledge and sharing it with Members and stakeholders
  • brokering dialogue and action amongst key influencers on planning issues
  • providing and demonstrating our value to Members

Latest Blog Posts

  • Jings! Crivens! Help Ma Bob! It's the RTPI Centenary Ceilidh

    The RTPI Centenary Ceilidh has been organised by the Scottish Young Planners' Network for planners of all ages, shapes and sizes.  It will take place on 22 May in Edinburgh. A night of planners (and anyone else they want to bring) eathing, drinking, networking, and...dancing!  Booking details are here

     

     

  • RTPI Scotland gives evidence to Parliament

    RTPI Scotland Convenor Stephen Tucker gave evidence on the National Planning Framework and Scottish Planning Policy to the Local Government and Regeneration Committee in the Scottish Parliament on 5 February. You will be able to watch video of the proceedings here

  • Vote for Scotland's Best Place

    The shortlist for Scotland's Best Places, which is being organised by RTPI Scotland, has been announced. You can vote for your favourite. 

     

  • New look Scottish Planner published

    The newly designed Scottish Planner has been published. It focusses on learning from the past as part of the RTPI Centenary celebrations looking at new towns, the legacy of Dundee and Perth, rural housing and the first President of RTPI Thomas Adams.  The Scottish Planner is kindly sponsored by Barton Willmore and DWF

  • Peter Suttie Award Launched

    The 2014 Peter Suttie Award has been launched by the Scottish Young Planners' Network. The £500 award can be used to fund young planners to undertake a comparative study into planning issues, either in the UK or abroad. The award is directed towards Licentiate planners in the first ten years of their career who are working in Scotland or those studying for an accredited qualification at a Scottish University.  The deadline for submissions is 30 May 2014.

  • Future Cities

    RTPI Scotland is supporting the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management Congress on Future Cities, which takes place on 1 May in Glasgow.  There is a discount for RTPI Members. You can get more details here

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@rtpiscotland : BBC News - £1bn regeneration masterplan for Dundee's waterfront http://t.co/GS13EKKhiR 20/04/2014 - 09:55

@rtpiscotland : RT @GWatson3: Raploch v Loch Lomond for Scotland’s best place http://t.co/7zHpqUUh67 @lomondtrossachs @rtpiscotland 19/04/2014 - 09:21

@rtpiscotland : Our Scotland's #bestplaces initiative in yesterday's Scotsman http://t.co/YKSMNckynN Vote for your favourite at http://t.co/T0hLYuzqvF 19/04/2014 - 03:25

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