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RTPI Cymru

RTPI Cymru promotes planning as a profession and builds links with other built environment professions and organisations throughout Wales. We also support dialogue on planning policy issues with many Welsh public bodies, industry representatives and within the media.


Nod RTPI Cymru yw hyrwyddor proffesiwn cynllunio a meithrin cysylltiadau gyda sefydliadau a phroffesiynau eraill yr amgylchedd adeiledig ledled Cymru. Rydym yn trafod materion syn ymwneud â pholisi cynllunio gydag amryfal gyrff cyhoeddus Cymru, cynrychiolwyr y diwydiant ar cyfryngau.



  • How effective is rural exception site policy in Wales?

    RTPI Cymru has published research completed by a team from Cardiff University's School of Geography and Planning, into the effectiveness of the rural exception site policy in Wales.

  • RTPI Cymru 2018 Annual Review

    We've had a busy year in 2018. Read our Annual Review to find out more.

  • The Winter 2018 edition of Cynllunio is now available to download

    The Winter 2018 edition of Cynllunio is packed full of the latest Wales' planning news and the latest on events.

  • Wales Planning Award 2018

    The winner of the Wales Planning Award 2018 was announced at the RTPI Cymru Annual Dinner in November. Congratulations to the Flint Walks housing scheme.

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@RTPICymru : RT @ElfynHendo: Rydym wedi diweddaru'n papurau briffio ar bolisi cynllunio cenedlaethol a lleol 🏗👷🏽‍♂️ 21/02/2019 - 02:47

@RTPICymru : RT @ElfynHendo: We’ve updated our #planning series quick guides on national and local planning policy 👷🏽‍♂️🏗 21/02/2019 - 02:47

@RTPICymru : RT @HeadsofPlanning: Interesting article on happiness in cities...’People are nicer to each other when they move more slowly: how to create… 20/02/2019 - 10:18