RTPI Scotland aims to support people and organisations to create great places for people across Scotland. We do this through:
The Scottish Young Planners' Network have re-launched the Peter
Suttie Award. This is aimed at young planners in Scotland who
are looking for funding to undertake a comparative study into
a planning issue.
Rob Hopkins, co-founder of the Transition Network and Transition Totnes, and author of the Transition Towns Handbook will give the 10th Annual Sir Patrick Geddes Commemorative Lecture on 20 June.
The Politicians in Planning Network is being re-launched in Scotland with an event on National Planning Framework 3 on the afternoon of 16 May in Edinburgh. The event is being held in partnership with COSLA.
RTPI Scotland has welcomed the Scottish Government’s publication of the draft Scottish Planning Policy (SPP) and the National Planning Framework 3 (NPF3).
The April edition of the Scottish Planner, sponsored by DWF Biggart Baillie, is now available online. This edition is themed around placemaking.
RTPI Scotland is pleased to support this SURF Conference that takes place on 29
May in Edinburgh. The event will look at how
to make the most of the productive links between
infrastructure and wider social benefits. Speakers include Nicola
Sturgeon MSP, Prof Greg Lloyd and Graeme Brown of Shelter
Scotland. RTPI members receive a 33% discount on the standard
RTPIScotland: Politicians in Planning Network makes new progress in Scotland Sun 26 May 2013
RTPIScotland: RT @dpt_urbandesign: @Planning_DW @RTPIScotland @NPF3Team @ScotGovPlanning NPF3 & SPP event.9 presentations.2 hours. And discussion! Desig… Fri 24 May 2013
RTPIScotland: RT @planningskills: Next #LearningLunch on #AffordableHousing with @planningedin and @RTPIScotland 13 June Thu 23 May 2013
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