2017 Regional Award – It’s Not Too Late to Enter

Today, we are celebrating the achievements of the 2016 RTPI East of England Regional Award Winners – Bidwells LLP and Pollard Thomas Edwards – for their entryChelmsford City Park West“.  A one-day seminar is being held today in Chelmsford to hear about the successful redevelopment and restoration work which has taken place in the city centre, particularly highlighting their award-winning project.

This could be you celebrating success in our 2017 Regional Award.

This is a great opportunity to highlight the positive impact planning has on our quality of life and to celebrate the work of planners and other members of the team.

Entry into the Award is free and easy.

Download the Award criteria here

Download the simple entry form here

Closing date: 10.00am on 31 May 2017 

Entries need to be for projects or plans completed in the region within the last two years. Applications are invited from individual planners or project teams from the public or private sectors.

All shortlisted entries will be showcased at our Regional Gala Dinner, to be held in Cambridge in September.

I look forward to seeing your entries.

David Potter FRICS MRTPI
Convenor of the Regional Judging Panel



About rtpieast

This is the blog for the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) East of England. We organise seminars and events for our members in the East of England region for professional development. A quarterly newsletter and a regular ebulletin keeps members up-to-date with our events calendar. We award an annual Regional Planning Achievement Award to inspire and showcase planning within our Region.

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