Nominations close on 30 September for the three, two-year places on
General Assembly reserved for student or licentiate RTPI members.
General Assembly is the “debating chamber” of the Institute and meets
three times a year in central London – reasonable travel costs are reimbursed.
Membership of GA is a wonderful career opportunity: you have the chance
to network with some of the UK and Ireland’s most prominent planners, listen to and debate with a range of key speakers from prominent organisations, and have a voice
on matters of importance to members.
The three student/licentiate members are elected by your peer group and
you will need four other student/licentiates to support your nomination.
- You can learn more about the General Assembly here.
- You can download a nomination form here
- Why stand for election? Read more.
- Listen to a podcast about the importance of standing for election to the GA here.
For an informal discussion about standing, please get in touch with
Colin Bendall, the RTPI’s Governance Officer by email firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone 020 7929 8172.
Nominations close on 30 September