How can the RIBA remain attractive and relevant to members now and in the future?
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (Monday 18 February) launched its largest ever consultation with the RIBA membership, part of a comprehensive membership review championed by RIBA President-Elect Stephen Hodder.
All RIBA members are encouraged to contribute and influence how RIBA membership will look in future and what it should offer.
RIBA President-Elect Stephen Hodder said:
'The RIBA is always keen to listen to and understand the views and opinions of our members so that we can provide the best solutions and services to meet their professional needs.
'This survey provides an opportunity for every RIBA member to have their say about RIBA membership. I encourage every member to take part and help to shape the future membership structure of their Institute.'
The RIBA Membership Survey 2013 is open until Monday 4 March. RIBA member’s feedback will be considered and feed into the RIBA Membership Review Strategy.
For further information, RIBA members should visit architecture.com
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