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Events

RTPI Yorkshire runs a wide range of events to support your learning needs.

Our main event programme is;

2019 Yorkshire Conference Series Programme

"The quality of speakers, mix of subject matter, the pleasant venue and opportunity to network with colleagues old and new are the keys to ensuring this well-organised conference remains a perennial firm favourite"

Shaun Hanson, Planning Advice Plus, June 2019 

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We also offer; 

Building a successful career in planning

 

Former Yorkshire Chair, Emma Lancaster, talks about how she is building a successful career in planning: Download podcast

More information at www.rtpi.org.uk/education-and-careers/

 

 

 


Yorkshire Conference Series

Organised by RTPI Yorkshire in partnership with Leeds Beckett and Sheffield Hallam Universities to promote good planning practice.

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Yorkshire Practice Seminars

A low-cost series of seminars and events

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