Conduct and discipline decision

The Royal Town Planning Institute's conduct and discipline panel has recently found a consultant member to be in breach of the code of professional conduct.

The member was found to be in breach of the code by failing to be insured against claims for breach of professional duty as a town planner in accordance with the compulsory professional indemnity insurance regulations. The consultant member was uninsured for a period from May 2008 until November 2010. The panel agreed that the member should be warned but not named in the published article. No appeal was submitted.

If members have any queries concerning the code of professional conduct they should email Sandra Whitehead, the institute's complaints investigator, at sandra.whitehead@rtpi.org.uk


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