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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.



  • We're looking for RTPI Cymru members to stand for the 2019 Executive Committee

    We're looking for members for the RTPI Cymru Executive Committee 2019. The RTPI Cymru Executive Committee is an essential part of our work and is where RTPI members steer our programme of work. Why not put yourself forward?

  • Find out who has won the Wales Planning Award 2018 ....

    The winner of the Wales Planning Award 2018 will be announced at the RTPI Cymru Annual Dinner on 23rd November - come along to hear whose won.

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

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

  • 2018 RTPI Cymru Executive Committee

    See who is on the RTPI Cymru Executive Committee for 2018.

  • Study published on the process for Developing Robust Housing Evidence for Local Development Plans in Wales

    RTPI Cymru commissioned the School of Planning and Geography Cardiff University to conduct a major piece of research into the Process for Developing Robust Housing Evidence for Local Development Plans in Wales.  The research was carried out in response to some uncertainty and concerns in relation to the interpretation of household projections.

  • The history of planning in Wales

    As part of the RTPI's Centenary celebrations, articles about the history of planning in Wales were published during 2014 and provide an excellent precis of the development of planning in Wales.

Forthcoming events
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@RTPICymru : Shwmae pawb! Today is #ShwmaeSumae day - have a go at speaking Welsh. I'm looking forward to greeting my colleagues… 15/10/2018 - 09:21

@RTPICymru : RT @transport_wales: A new era for rail services from Transport for Wales is almost here: what does it mean for passengers?… 15/10/2018 - 09:16

@RTPICymru : RT @sophiehowe: Cities Should Think of Trees as Public Health Infrastructure | ArchDaily 15/10/2018 - 09:16