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Get involved

Volunteer imageThe RTPI encourages all of our members to get involved in the Institute's activities. Becoming an active member of the RTPI is your opportunity to shape the work of the RTPI, to help widen the reach of planning, to give your profession a voice and it can even help further your career.

Already a volunteer?

We are currently developing a new strategy to help us address the needs and opportunities of future generations of planners.

Interested in volunteering with the RTPI?  Here are some ways you can get involved.

These are just some of the ways that you can become more involved with the work of the RTPI.

Read our Volunteer Handbook to find out more about volunteering with the RTPI.

Want to know more?

If you have a general enquiry please contact Sarah Woodford, Head of English Regions by email sarah.woodford@rtpi.org.uk. For Scotland contact scotland@rtpi.org.uk, for Wales contact wales@rtpi.org.uk, for Northern Ireland contact julie.sullivan@rtpi.org.uk and for Ireland contact ireland@rtpi.org.uk

 

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