For nearly five decades, the Green Belt has prevented the outward sprawl of London. It continues to maintain the permanence and openness of the countryside at its fringes. Local authorities in London and beyond are facing pressure to revisit the Green Belt to meet their housing and employment needs. Should the permanence of the Green […]
Kieron, planning is inevitably an “intervention” into any market economy and with the current government, there is a clearly stated preference for as free a market as possible regardless of sometimes unintended (or perhaps intended in some cases) consequences. Your experience is from evaluation through policy, leading to delivery. How do you view the market […]
Seven teams of students joined RTPI London to compete in the inter-university planning quiz.
CALLING ALL STUDENTS! Are you studying planning in London, at an undergraduate or postgraduate level? Would you like to represent your university at a regional level? Do you enjoy quizzes? RTPI London is proud to invite all planning students in the Capital to enter the 2015 Inter-University Quiz. This competition is open to students on […]
In 2015 RTPI London is hosting a series of events focused on planning themes in London. The “Thinking Strategically” series is one which we will consider the long term views for London and its hinterland. Organised in partnership with the RTPI Transport Planning Network (TPN), this second event was chaired by Andrew Dorrian from the […]