As we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week from 5 to 11 February 2024, Sam Pusar shares the exciting opportunities that await at The Planning Inspectorate and the immense benefits of undertaking an apprenticeship.
Rebecca Phillips, a Professional Lead at the Inspectorate, shares her insightful story of volunteering for the RTPI.
Oliver Blower is leading the improvements to the Inspectorate’s Applications Service. In this post he explains the developments being made to the online service for nationally significant infrastructure projects (NSIPs).
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an Infrastructure Inspector at the Planning Inspectorate?
Two of our inspectors, Menaka and Jason, shed light on the exciting challenges and responsibilities that come with this role.
Internal Communications Manager, Sarah North, relives her experience taking part in the Springboard Programme which provides opportunities for young people from all backgrounds to tackle the world’s biggest challenges.
Jessica Jones and Jade Woodger-Bassford, placement students within the Environmental Services Team, share the story of their volunteering experience, showcasing the immense potential for civil servants to create positive change and strengthen their commitment to public service.
Oliver Blower (Applications Service Manager) leads the improvements to the Inspectorate’s applications service. In this post he explains the developments being made to the online service for nationally significant infrastructure projects.
Georgia Smith, Lead HR Business Partner at the Planning Inspectorate reflects on the recent release of Inspectorate diversity statistics.
Jess and Jade, aspiring environmental professionals and university students on placement at the Planning Inspectorate, shine a light on the effects of solar farms on biodiversity.
Richard Schofield, Head of Inspector Profession, asks the question 'what is a “quality” decision?' and invites feedback on how we should define our approach.
Today is World Town Planning Day, which celebrates how good planning improves the lives of people and benefits society by creating places where we live, work and play together.