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RTPI opens public consultation to shape its future

18 December 2018

The RTPI has issued an open invitation to anyone interested – from planners and built environment professionals to national and local governments, politicians, business leaders and members of the public – to shape the future of the Institute and the planning profession.

At a time of significant interest in the planning profession, the RTPI is keen to listen to our members and non-members alike on what matters most to them.

The Institute has launched a public consultation online to collect a broad spectrum of views to shape its new corporate strategy that covers the ten-year period from 2020 onwards.

Respondents will be asked to comment on the proposed vision and mission of the RTPI, as well as its draft objectives, priorities and deliverables.

Victoria Hills MRTPI, RTPI Chief Executive, said:

“Planning has never been more crucial to society, or its future direction more debated.

"At a time of significant interest in the planning profession, with delivery pressures and immense opportunities and challenges facing the UK, the RTPI is keen to listen to our members and non-members alike on what matters most to them, to ensure our future work in advancing the influence and impact of planning can really benefit the public. I urge all those who care about the places we live and work to take part.”

The RTPI is the UK's leading body for spatial planning and is the largest planning institute in Europe with over 25,000 members worldwide.

Its proposed vision and mission is “to champion the power of planning to deliver quality places for people” and “to advance the science and art of planning for the benefit of the public”.

The deadline for responding is midnight on Sunday 17 March 2019. Go to the survey here.