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Optimis Consulting is nominated for prestigious planning industry award

Optimis is delighted to be a finalist in the category for Small Planning Consultancy at the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2017. The RTPI Awards are the most established and respected awards in the UK planning industry. Running for 40 years, they celebrate exceptional examples of planning and the contribution planners make to society.

Simon Chapman, Planning Director comments:

  • We are absolutely delighted that we have been shortlisted for the ‘Small Planning Consultancy of the Year Award’ at the RTPI Awards of Planning Excellence. Our nomination is testament of all the hard work and effort the team have put in over the last year.

Stephen Wilkinson, President of the Royal Town Planning Institute comments:

  • The finalists represent some outstanding contributions to planning which are making a positive impact for the community and environment. The judges will find it difficult choosing the winners given the high calibre of entries this year.

This year saw a nearly 40% increase in entrants and the judges have shortlisted 90 finalists across 14 categories with an overall winner awarded the Silver Jubilee Cup. The winners will be announced during a ceremony held at Milton Court at The Barbican, London on 15 June 2017.

Andrew Jones, Practice Leader Design Planning + Economics, AECOM said:

  • AECOM is proud to once again be a headline sponsor of this year’s RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence. The finalists are a diverse mixture of outstanding examples of planning, which demonstrate the impact the profession has on quality and delivery in the built environment.

The RTPI champions the power of planning in creating prosperous places and vibrant communities. It is the only body in the UK that confers Chartered status to planners, the highest professional qualification sought after by employers.

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