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RTPI West Midlands

We provide a range of services for our members in the West Midlands. As well as offering affordable seminars and events for professional development, we keep members up to date and provide local information through newsletters and arrange social, sporting and networking events.

To catch up on the news from the West Midlands, view the latest edition of Tripwire here.

Look out for Tripwire Plus - a new update by email from RTPI West Midlands.  


To see what is planned for the coming year read the RTPI West Midlands Business Plan and Budget for 2016.


Get involved

We welcome your views and opinions, and are always looking for new volunteers to assist in running events and helping in the region. Contact Sue Griffith-Jones to find out more.

  • Read the latest news from RTPI West Midlands

  • RTPI West Midlands 2016 season ticket programme

    Find out about CPD events in the West Midlands and save yourself money with a multi-buy.

  • Past Chairs

    RTPI West Midlands Chairs from the past 32 years met in September 2014 at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas

  • Barton Willmore win 2015 football tournament

    After a fiercely fought competition Barton Willmore won the RTPI WM 2015 5-a-side football tournament beating Eversheds 2-0 in the final.

  • RTPI West Midlands 2015 Awards

    Regional Award for Planning Excellence - The Old Market, Hereford

    Young Planner of the Year - Stephanie Eastwood

    Chairman's Award - Sue Griffith-Jones

Forthcoming events
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@RTPIWestMids : Congratulations and good luck to those representing the West Midlands at the @RTPIPlanners awards. 07/02/2016 - 02:04

@RTPIWestMids : That concluded tonight's debate. #WMGreatDebate 28/01/2016 - 07:58

@RTPIWestMids : Elected Mayor can't determine priorities without srategic planning capacity. Local dev plans don't provide joined up approach #WMGreatDebate 28/01/2016 - 07:55

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