Welcome to this Virtual Roundtable discussion featuring Victoria Hills MRTPI FICE, Chief Executive of the Royal Town Planning Institute, on how the RTPI sees the future of city planning in the UK, the impact of climate change, pandemic and technology, and city planners’ role in shaping tomorrow.
Victoria Hills MRTPI FICE is Chief Executive of the Royal Town Planning Institute with over 22 years in senior roles in planning, transport, organisational leadership and development. She latterly led the UK’s largest regeneration project at Old Oak.
Using the convening role of the Institute, she makes the case for resourcing planning and advocating the important role of putting planning at the heart of government delivery for the quality places that people want to live in. She is driving forward delivery of the RTPI’s Corporate Strategy for the 25,000 members strong RTPI, focusing on raising the profile of planning, elevating the value of professionalism, and promoting a diverse and inclusive profession to ensure genuine representation of the society in which we work.
Additionally, is Victoria also currently serving as a Commissioner on the Essex Climate Action Commission and sits on the Advisory Group to the Government’s COVID-19 Recovery Commission.
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