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18 July 2019
Planning needs to change to support a smooth transition to a net zero-carbon future, says a new report published by the RTPI.
17 July 2019
The RTPI has appointed specialist diversity and inclusion consultant Brook Graham to draw up an action plan to help increase the diversity of the planning profession, in close c...
16 July 2019
The RTPI has today formally granted accreditation to the University of Hertfordshire’s Master’s degrees in Sustainable Planning.
16 July 2019
A speech by Environment Secretary Michael Gove, in which he makes the case for urgent action to tackle climate change and reverse nature’s decline, has been welcomed by the RTPI.
15 July 2019
RTPI Scotland has welcomed the establishment of a national public health body for Scotland, but urges more explicit connections with the planning system so that place-making can...
11 July 2019
Developers must work harder to engage with both communities and local authorities at an early stage in the planning process, the RTPI has said.
09 July 2019
The Government’s Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission has published its interim findings today on how England should tackle the challenge of poor-quality design and bu...
04 July 2019
The RTPI has been named as part of an expert group which will support local leaders to regenerate England's towns and city centres.
03 July 2019
RTPI President Ian Tant has been welcomed to the North York Moors as part of his recent Presidential visit to Yorkshire.
02 July 2019
Chief executives of local councils in England should elevate their Chief Planning Officer or Head of Planning to the most senior level of decision making in the corporate struct...