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The RTPI seeks to advance the science and art of planning by influencing policy. We encourage members to contribute to the formulation of RTPI responses to government consultations and outside calls for evidence. To respond to open consultations please look at the list below and contact the member of staff managing our response. If the consultation you want to respond to isn’t listed below, please email policy@rtpi.org.uk

Open Consultations

Changes to the current planning system

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government are consulting on proposals designed to improve the effectiveness of the current planning system in England. Click here for more information.

Please send any comments to max.tolley@rtpi.org.uk by 5pm on Friday 11 September 

Planning White Paper

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government are consulting on proposals for reform of the planning system in England. Click here for more information.

The RTPI is organising roundtables with selected members across the English regions to inform our detailed response to the Planning White Paper. While spaces at the roundtables will be limited, all members are encouraged to email us with comments and suggestions.

Please send any comments on the consultation to max.tolley@rtpi.org.uk by 5pm on Friday 11 September

Transparency and competition: a call for evidence on data on land control

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government are consulting on proposals to require additional data from the beneficiaries of certain types of interests in land – rights of pre-emption, options and estate contracts. Click here for further information 

Please send any comments on the consultation to max.tolley@rtpi.org.uk by 5pm on Friday 11 September

Reforming public transport after the pandemic 

The Transport Select Committee are calling for evidence on the longer-term implications of the coronavirus on the UK's public transport. Click here for more information.

Please send any comments to james.harris@rtpi.org.uk by 5pm on Tuesday 15 September