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Probity and the Professional Planner

Probity is defined as 'the quality of being honest and behaving correctly' and is often quoted in connection with local politicians when making decisions. Professional planners are held in high regard because they deal with important long-term issues that affect the lives of the general public. Balancing competing needs and preferences in exercising their independent professional judgment is a core part of the role.

This practice advice is designed to support RTPI members in that task and focuses on the policy context in England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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