Monthly Archives: November 2011

RTPI London Autumn Pub Quiz

Wednesday 9th November     60-odd planners from nine separate practices convened on the Blue Anchor pub (off Chancery Lane) to pit their wits and knowledge against one another in a bid to win chocolate and champagne. The quiz kicked off with the first round; Sports. However, far from the oft-encountered plethora of cricket stats […]

World Town Planning Day 2011 – Going Public Spaces in Our Communities

Tuesday 8th November 2011 With the world population exceeding the seven billion mark, there is increasing pressure to secure, create and improve the quality of public spaces for the benefit of our existing and future communities. The role of public spaces in global cities such London is ever more important and under increasing pressure from […]

RTPI London/RICS Halloween Party – 27th October 2011

The RTPI/RICS Halloween Party was a frightfully (!!) good evening, from the Halloween Quiz to attemping to pass a pumpkin between teams without using their hands, the evening did not disappoint. Planners and surveyors amongst others attended and enjoyed all the finger food and alcohol while chatting away in intriguing costumes. Prizes were awarded for guessing the […]