We campaign for the reform of the UK's planning system to make it more responsive to people's needs and aspirations and to promote sustainable development

Guidance for delivering new Garden Cities

Guidance for creating 21st Century Garden Cities.

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Author: Claire Porter

Green Infrastructure Resource Library

A database of documents, case-studies, videos, tools and other information about green infrastructure.

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Author: Hilde Steinacker

The Healthy Homes Act

The TCPA has launched a campaign for new legislation which would improve quality, safety and placemaking standards for new homes.

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Author: Jack Mulligan

The Journal of the Town and Country Planning Association: June 2019

The June 2019 issue of the Journal of TCPA.

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Author: David White

Inclusive England: regions for all

This half-day conference will examine the challenges and opportunities facing towns and places away from big cities.

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Author: Jack Mulligan

Location: Bamburgh Room ,Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne

The Raynsford Review of Planning

Rt Hon Nick Raynsford's landmark review of the English planning system, commissioned by the TCPA.

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Author: Jack Mulligan

Planning for Climate Change

Guidance for tackling climate change through the planning system.

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Author: Jack Mulligan

Planning for inclusive communities in London

We are working with the Trust for London to help tackle poverty and inequality through the planning system.

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Author: Jack Mulligan

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upcoming events

  • Land of Promise Performance: Durham Town Hall

    Join the TCPA for a Land of Promise performance at Durham Town Hall to help celebrate the launch of Re:PLace network, reconnecting art and planning. Read more

  • TCPA and Northern Heartlands Network Launch: Re:Place

    Re:Place is a new network providing a space for conversation and connection for everyone engaged in reconnecting the creative arts and planning. If this is you, we’d be delighted to welcome you to our inaugural session. Read more