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Matchtech is exhibiting at the RTPI Planning Convention 2013
The countdown has begun! With just under 1 month to go, we are looking forward to exhibiting at the annual RTPI Planning Convention on Thursday 11th July 2013.
The planning convention is one of the key events in the planning calendar, bringing together esteemed figureheads from the industry in the discussion of key issues facing planners in the UK. This year, keynote addresses will be held by Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP, Secretary of State, Department for Local Government and Communities and Dr Peter Geraghty, RTPI President, regarding how they see the future direction of planning, ahead of the RTPI's Centenary in 2014.
Our specialist Town Planning team will be present on stand 1, providing you with the opportunity to discuss the current career opportunities within the planning sector. There will also be the chance to win a Magnum of Champagne, so do take the opportunity to visit us.
We will also be attending the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence which takes place on 10 July from 6pm. The awards celebrate the contribution that planners and planning make to society and highlight exceptional examples of planning, with the aim of inspiring others to achieve the same high standards. Sir Terry Farrell will be the Chair of judges, heading a panel of expert judges in selection of the winning contributions.
If you would like to contact our Planning team prior to the convention, please contact 01489 898 123 or email email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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