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Infrastructure

A Smarter Approach to Infrastructure Planning (September 2019) This report examines how infrastructure is funded, governed and delivered in city-regions and counties. Drawing on extensive in-depth research, it reveals the challenges that are faced by planners, infrastructure providers and local leaders when trying to coordinate infrastructure with growth, and sets out actions which can enable a more joined-up approach.

 

Better planning, better transport, better places (August 2019) The RTPI helped to develop this advice from CIHT, which provides practical advice on how to integrate sustainable transport into the planning and development management process.

 

Planning for a Smart Energy Future (July 2019) This report highlights the lack of attention given to 'smart energy' in national planning policy and guidance and the gap between what happens on the ground and the opportunities offered by smart energy. It makes recommendations for the Government and planners. The report was commissioned by RTPI South West.

 

Planning for Construction Safety (March 2019) This practice advice outlines the Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS) Standard. It is a voluntary standard designed to ensure that construction related vehicles operate in the safest way with the smallest local impact. It provides a roadmap for planners to implement the CLOCS Standard into planning policy and permissions.

 

Transport Infrastructure Investment: Capturing the Wider Benefits of Investment in Transport Infrastructure (2013) Aims to widen the current debate on transport infrastructure provision in the UK. Argues for greater use of strategic and integrated planning in guiding decisions about transport infrastructure investment, and to promote greater understanding of the role of transport infrastructure in delivering for the UK the kinds of places where people want to live, work and invest.