News / Events

Municipal Techncial Assistance Grant (MTAG) Program applications due May 6
The Municipal Technical Assistance Grant (MTAG) Program provides funding ($5000 to $20,000), on a competitive basis,  to communities who wish to expand their housing options and need to change zoning to do so.  Funds are to hire consultants to assist with identifying the needs, reviewing current zoning, and then re-writing or creating new zoning to […] More ›
Nature & Economy workshop March 14 (Concord)
Through case studies and interactive activities, learn about connections between the environment and the economy.  Attendees will sketch out their own community’s natural assets and see how they can be utilized to advance community and economic development goals. All will leave with action ideas and potential next steps – for their communities and/or their organizations.  […] More ›
Dangerous by Design 2019 – report to be released Jan 22 then webinar Jan 23
When the National Complete Streets Coalition releases Dangerous by Design 2019 on January 23rd (go here after 8:30 AM that morning)  we’ll get the most up-to-date look at how dangerous each state and the largest metro areas are for people walking. Join them and a roster of some special guests as they dive deep into […] More ›
North Branch Construction Completes Extensive Renovation of the Rockingham Village Apartments
(Seabrook, NH) North Branch Construction of Concord has recently completed the $13 million renovation of Rockingham Village Apartments (formerly known as Cimarron Apartments) located just off Interstate 95 on Batchelder Road in Seabrook, NH. Owned by Chartwell Holdings, Rockingham Village offers quality, affordable housing to New Hampshire’s Seacoast and the North Shore of Massachusetts.   […] More ›
2019 Scholarship and Fellowship applications now being accepted
Plan NH’s Scholarship and Fellowship Program, in partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation, recognizes and honors outstanding students (undergraduate and graduate) who call New Hampshire home and who are studying a field related to our mission: to “foster excellence in planning, design and development of New Hampshire’s built environment.” Studies may include, but not necessarily be limited to: […] More ›
Nic Dalzell new Project Manager at RPF Environmental
  RPF Environmental, Inc., an environmental health and safety consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Nic Dalzell has recently joined the team as a Project Manager. Mr. Dalzell has an impressive professional track record as a general manager at a prominent New England Staples location. Not only has he developed a team management approach, […] More ›
Nominations sought for NH Construction Industry Ethics Award
October, 29th, 2018
Nominations are currently being sought for the 2018-19 NH Construction Industry Ethics Award recipient.  This award program is now administered by Plan NH. The award is presented to “the individual, business or organization that, through its words and deeds, best demonstrates a commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in construction.” The award carries with […] More ›
Who slept here?
Who slept where? Learn how to research a house’s history on August 23 in Alexandria and September 20 in Laconia. The Preservation Alliance’s Andrew Cushing will offer tips, tools and tricks to uncover dates, owners and important events. Details about the events can be found here.  Here is some homework reading on the subject that is useful […] More ›
Annual Historic Preservation and Downtown Conference Bristol VT June 8th
Annual fun conference, this year featuring keynote Dar Williams (who will be at the Plan NH Fall conference in Keene).  Great for Historic Preservationists, Architects, planners and anyone interested in revitalizing old New England tows.  Go here for more info and to register.  Hosted by Preservation Trust of VT. More ›
“Missing Middle” workshop June 7
“Missing Middle”, a term coined by Opticos Design, refers to those duplexes, triple-deckers, small apartment buildings and other types of homes that fall between the detached single-family home and large apartment buildings. As land and budgets become tighter, many are taking a new look at these traditional designs – in communities of all sizes. On […] More ›