New Users! I'm a planner from the UK and would like to exchange ideas from the USA/UK. Any takers?
Does the US have an equivalent of the Royal Town Planning Institute?
The RTPI (Royal Town Planning Institute ) have a very strict criteria for membership. This requires an accredited degree and a post-graduate diploma. Once this has been obtained relevant experience is required. This could take up to 6 years before one could become chartered. Does the APA have such a rigorous educational and experience requirements?
Dan Tasman wrote:
I've always been fascinated by the planning process in the U.K.
The finer points of a legal agreement requiring a financial contribution in lieu of on site public open space for a residential development of approx 20 houses.