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Regional contacts and committees

  • Get involved

Do you want to develop your skills, widen your network, develop your career and raise the profile of planning? 

Here in Yorkshire we provide a range of services for members, and have a number of opportunities to get more involved  - from becoming a student representative to joining our Seminars Practice Group to organising social events.

Our Committee is made up of a diverse range of friendly professionals who are passionate about planning and shaping its future.

If you would like to get more involved, our next meeting is at 6pm in Leeds on;

  • November 28th (Annual General Meeting).

Any RTPI member within the Yorkshire region can attend.

Please email Sarah.Richardson@rtpi.org.uk if you would like to come to the meet and discuss ways to become more involved.

  • About RTPI Yorkshire

RTPI Yorkshire is governed by two committees:

Get in touch;

Email yorkshire@rtpi.org.uk

Telephone 020 7929 8192; 07738 023302

Post RTPI Yorkshire, 41 Botolph Lane, London EC3R 8DL

Social media  Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

 

 

 

 

 
 

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@rtpi_yorks : The popular Young Planners Christmas party is always a highlight in the RTPI Yorkshire calendar. This year we are a… https://t.co/OjepIh2YFP 13/11/2018 - 11:46

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@rtpi_yorks : RT @PeacockandSmith: P&S Leeds office are looking forward to attending the RTPI Yorkshire pub quiz tonight! https://t.co/5GYduwVzNS 08/11/2018 - 03:47

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