MRTPI

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MRTPIMember of the Royal Town Planning Institute (UK professional organisation)
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A three day Inquiry began on 11 June and following a site visit, the Inspector Jennifer Vyse DipTP Dip PBM MRTPI issued her decision allowing the appeal on 2 July, just under 19 weeks after the appeal was started.
Mike Hayden BSc DipTP MRTPI, an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, conducted the inquiry and said a series of mitigation measures were proposed to improve the safety of the section of Lantern Lane involved, including two speed reduction plateaux, an extension of the school keep clear markings and a financial contribution in the S106 undertaking to fund a school crossing patrol.
John Acres MRTPI, President of the Royal Town Planning Institute said, This years finalists reflect the important contribution planners and planning makes to creating great places and tackling the challenges we face across the UK.
Mr David Cullingford BA MPhil MRTPI has been appointed to conduct the enquiry.
BSc Econ London; MSc town planning UWIST; MRTPI Contact Newport County Borough Council, Civic Centre, Newport, Monmouthshire NP20 4UR Tel 01633 232002 Fax 01633 232001 E-mail chris.
In addition to those who must continue to meet exacting educational and practical standards to achieve MRTPI or LMRTPI status, the Institute plans to make as many more professional and technical categories of membership as it can invent (and maintain what is unfairly called the `letters for cash' category, FRTPI).
The Plan to be examined is the Rushcliffe Local Plan Part 2 and the Inspector appointed to control it is Philip Lewis BA(Hons) MA MRTPI .
Born 19/09/49 Holyhead Spouse/ptnr Beryl Children Lois 25; Llyr 23; Ifan 15 Educ Friars School, Bangor; University of Wales Cardiff; University of Salford; BSc, DipTP, MSc, MRTPI Other info/interests Sport particularly football and rugby; travel; local history; the arts; information technology.
The Inquiry was held by Mike Hayden BSc DipTP MRTPI, an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government His report said East Leake benefits from an extensive range of services and facilities, including a secondary school, two primary schools, a nursery, leisure centre, playing fields and playground, a health centre comprising GP surgery and dentist, optician, library, village hall, place of worship, supermarket, post office, and a series of other shops and services.