Seven teams of students joined RTPI London to compete in the inter-university planning quiz.
Get your skates on and join us for this year’s Christmas networking drinks. Either skate or watch rink-side with a drink, this is going to be a great evening to celebrate the festive season. The fee for ice skating is a discounted £7.00 – with thanks to KDH Associates. Places for ice skating are limited and are […]
Wednesday 25th November 2015 at Turley, 5 Charlotte Building, Gresse Street, London. 6.30pm start 2015 has been a busy year, organising a wide ranging event programme and preparing for the Mayoral Series 2015/2016. We would like to share the developments which have taken place during 2015 and invite you to the RTPI London Annual General […]
The first event in the RTPI London Mayoral Series 2015 – 2016 focuses on the topic of health. The Mayor of London has a duty to promote the health of Londoners and to consider the health impact of all Mayoral policies including the economy, transport, planning and housing. Our panel of expert speakers will explore […]
Interested in sustainability issues in construction and property? Women in Sustainable Construction and Property (WSCP) invite RTPI London members to their Smart Cities event. Speakers & topics: Smart Cities: Smart Place-making, Lesley Treacy, Associate Director, Turley Logistics – Responding to a Rise in E-Commerce, Amy Gilham, Associate Director, Turley Smart Energy, Daniel Barrett, Greater London Authority […]
RTPI London members have been invited by Centre for London to the launch of the final report of the Intermediate Housing Commission. Speakers: Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property Cllr Rock Feilding-Mellen, Deputy Leader of Kensington and Chelsea, Co-chair of the Intermediate Housing Commission Cllr Claire Kober, Leader of Haringey, Co-Chair of the Intermediate Housing […]
2016 will be an important year for the capital with a new Mayor being elected. A new London Plan and Mayor’s Transport Strategy will be produced; this will have repercussions to 2020 and beyond. RTPI London has therefore launched a series which will discuss and debate key challenges and priorities that the next Mayor will […]
Are you a planner, but not an RTPI member (of any kind)? Did you once have RTPI membership, but not any more? Are you considering joining or re-joining the RTPI? If so, please read on. The RTPI would like to hear from lapsed and non-members. This survey aims to better understand: Why RTPI members may […]