Urban planning policies 'should be tailored to gender-specific needs', says RTPI report

A report by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has found there to be "systemic inadequacies" regarding gender equality in the planning system and called for policies "sensitive to gender-specific needs", including those on transport and urban design, to be incorporated into all plan-making and decision-making practices.

by Michael Donnelly
Cycling: Report argues car dominance is result of male-orientated processes (pic: Getty)
Cycling: Report argues car dominance is result of male-orientated processes (pic: Getty)

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