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East of England
22 February 2019
Proposals by the government to require all new developments to leave biodiversity in a better state than before – an approach known as ‘biodiversity net gain’ – would not be sui...
21 February 2019
Twenty local authorities and organisations across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have responded to the call from the RTPI to offer young planners opportunities to...
20 February 2019
Large scale infrastructure projects and construction-led economic growth in Scotland are at risk if under-resourcing of the planning system continues, RTPI Scotland has warned. ...
15 February 2019
RTPI welcomes the publication of an independent review into planning inquiries, but warns that many of the review’s recommendations will require additional resourcing to implement.
08 February 2019
The RTPI welcomes the findings of a report published today by the National Audit Office which flags up many critical issues the Government needs to address to maximise the abili...
04 February 2019
Projects using drones and artificial intelligence feature on the list of finalists for this year’s RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence.
04 February 2019
The RTPI has launched a comprehensive research programme covering the period 2019-2021, following its most extensive engagement consultation ever with members across the nations...
31 January 2019
Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP has expressed his appreciation for the ‘high quality, professional’ work of the Roya...
30 January 2019
Austerity in England has eroded planning’s ability to serve the public interest, according to planners who took part in a study by the RTPI and Newcastle University.
29 January 2019
Ancient woodlands are threatened by cumulative effects of inappropriate developments on their fringe as much as by permanent loss and damage, the RTPI says as it launches a new ...