Category Archives: Future Events

RTPI London Annual General Meeting – 17 November 2016, 55 Broadway, SW1H 0BD, 6.30pm (Join us)

RTPI London has had an amazing year with over 30 free / low cost events and a Mayoral campaign delivered. On 17 November, we will be electing our new Chair and committees for 2017, discussing past and future events and … Continue reading

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RTPI London Planning Summit – To 2020 and Beyond: ‘A fairer and more affordable city’ – a challenge for London Planners – Coin Street, 27 October 2016 8.30am-5pm

The summit focuses on the fairer and more affordable city and asks, how as planners can we achieve this and ensure all Londoners benefit from the city’s prosperity? Hear from James Murray, Deputy Mayor, Housing and Residential Development about the … Continue reading

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Assessment of Professional Competence (L-APC) are you ready? – 27 September 2016

Are you a student, Licentiate, mentor or an employer? This seminar aims to answer all your questions on the APC process, guidance, competencies and submission procedure.  Additionally, there are three workshops to attend: Practical Experience Statement (PES) Professional Competence Statement … Continue reading

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FORTHCOMING EVENT: RTPI London 2016 Planning Summit

Tickets are now on sale for October’sRTPI London Planning Summit at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre. As with previous summits, this promises to bring together some of the brightest minds in the London planning profession to debate and examine the pertinent … Continue reading

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REMINDER: RTPI London Summer Social – 21 July 2016

Tomorrow, we look forward to seeing you at Doggett’s Coat and Badge (next to Blackfriars Bridge) for the ever-popular RTPI London Summer Social. Kindly sponsored by Osborne Richardson, this is your chance to enjoy drinks and nibbles by the Thames, … Continue reading

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FORTHCOMING EVENT: Waltham Forest Mini-Holland tour – Saturday 6 August

For our latest cycling study tour, RTPI London invites you to the prizewinning Waltham Forest Mini-Holland. As part of the Mayor of London’s Vision for Cycling, three outer London boroughs were awarded Mini-Holland funding packages in March 2014, worth around … Continue reading

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FORTHCOMING EVENT: 3D Planning: Technology and Planning: Thursday 7th July, Hobs Studio

Come and view 3D printing in action! 3D Visualisation, is a powerful planning tool which can be used in engagement, and showing how  schemes and plans can be implemented. This session will  look at how such technology is being embraced … Continue reading

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FORTHCOMING EVENT: London CIL Update The Community Infrastructure Levy in London, Thursday 19th May 2016.

CIL Update: Thursday 19th May: London City Hall.  This year’s event will mark six years since the introduction of CIL and the latest round of amendments are keenly awaited.  This is all with a backdrop of an increasing emphasis that … Continue reading

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FORTHCOMING EVENT: EU Referendum: Briefing with the Built Environment Industry: Tuesday 24 May 2016, 08:30-09:30 (Registration from 08:00), NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

Together with New London Architecture, Planning Futures and the Landscape Institute London, RTPI London is organising a professional debate around the potential impacts of the EU Referendum for London’s built environment industry. With the EU Referendum fast approaching, a series … Continue reading

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FORTHCOMING EVENT: Strategic Planning and the Green Belt – Thurs 4 Feb 2016

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 … Continue reading

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