Are you working towards your APC? This event will provide information and guidance to students, Licentiates, mentors and employers. The evening is in two parts. The first part includes a presentation about the APC process, covering the revised guidance, competencies and submission procedure. The second part comprises a three workshops on: Professional Experience Statement (PES) […]
The London region has now released our Planning Priorities for the New Mayor, We call on the incoming Mayor to stimulate economic growth, tackle climate change and build more homes to house its rapidly growing population. This followed a consultation exercise involving round table discussions across the capital, the South East and East of England, […]
RTPI London was delighted to join New London Architecture, CIOB, RICS, RIBA, Urban Design Group and Planning Futures at RIBA’s headquarters.
The third event in the RTPI London’s Mayoral Election Series tackled the most sacred, but controversial, tenet of UK planning policy – the Green Belt.
The London 2020 Mayoral Hustings takes place on Tuesday 16 February and although the tickets are all sold out, RTPI London would like to offer our members a chance of putting a question forward to the Mayoral candidates. We have specific themes for the evening’s debate, which include: Housing: How will the future Mayor deliver […]
RTPI London’s To 2020 and Beyond Mayoral series explores the most important themes for London’s forthcoming election. On 4 December 2015, the theme was health. tp bennett hosted this event at their HQ in America Street. The speakers were: Victoria Pinoncely – RTPI Research Officer Lucy Saunders – GLA and TfL public health specialist Paul […]
Hawkins\Brown played host to RTPI London’s second Mayoral Series event on 21 January.
We have had a fantastic start to the year at RTPI London with our events programme which is standing us in good stead to deliver a range of debates ahead of the election as well as other CPD activities. The 21st January saw our Transport event (To 2020 and Beyond: London Transport needs by 2050). […]