Our coastline extends from the square-mouthed bay of the Wash, through the breath-taking sands of North Norfolk and picturesque Suffolk, to the Essex towns that line the northern bank of the Thames estuary. Inland, we boast many historic towns and cities, and centres of academic and cultural heritage, as well as a network of county and market towns and villages. In fact, around a quarter of England’s market towns are located in the region. Known for its rural nature, and mainly low-lying, the East of England is a region of diverse landscapes, combining a rich built environment and archaeological heritage with swathes of agricultural land and sites of outstanding natural beauty.
What we do
Operating from a small office on the outskirts of Cambridge, we work with a vibrant network of volunteers and partners to promote the value of good design. This can include running school workshops, giving talks and tours of new architecture, campaigning at local level, giving awards to great buildings, keeping our members up-to-date in their training, and a host of other activities that stimulate discussion about our built environment. Ultimately, we are driven by a desire to improve the places and spaces that surround us; that we experience in our day to day lives; and that make a real difference to the way we all live and work.
Whatever your interest in architecture and the built environment, we’re here to help.
RIBA East, The Studio, High Green, Great Shelford, Cambridge CB22 5EG
Tel: 01223 566285 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
news from RIBA East
Click on the stories below from the East region at the RIBA.
The Autumn 2014 issue of the Cambridge Architecture Gazette focusses on aspirational playtime.
One hundred and fifty Cambridgeshire 6th formers joined people from the local community to attend the 'Talk Architecture' Series at Impington Village College.
Did you know that scorch marks on timber beams may have indicated a superstitious priest in residence?
The Cambridge Association of Architects has launched its latest issue of the Cambridge Architecture Gazette. The spring/summer issue focusses on the aspirational workplace.
'Suffolk's 100 best buildings', a new architecture and heritage guide featuring the most significant buildings in the county.
Four houses in the East of England compete for the Manser Medal
As part of a Heritage Lottery Project at Impington Village College, RIBA East has organised for five architects to go into all primary schools in the catchment area of the College
Part of firstsite's Free Family Saturday programme, an opportunity for families to design a building using crosswords - Saturday 28th June 11am - 1pm and 2pm - 4pm.
RIBA East comprises an active network of nine branches across the east of England, each organising its own local events and activities.
Bedfordshire Association of Architects
Chairman, Benson Themuka
2 The Cloches
Beeston, Sandy SG19 1PY
Tel: 07790 062030
Cambridge Association of Architects
Chair, February Phillips
48 Cromwell Road
Cambridge CB1 3EG
Tel: 01223 516009
Chelmsford Chapter of Architects
Chairman, Paul Langford
5 Post Office Road
Ingatestone CM4 9ES
Tel: 01277 355620
Colchester Chapter of Architects
Chairman, Tony Pryor
7 Francis Street
Colchester CO7 0DG
Tel: 01206 302514
Hertfordshire Association of Architects
Chairman, Bob Thompson
Thompson Bradford Architects
3rd Floor, Tring House, 77 - 81, High Street
Tring HP23 4AB
Tel: 01442 820410
Huntingdon and Peterborough Chapter of Architects
Chairman, Peter Hand
Straight Drove, Farcet
Peterborough PE7 3DL
Tel: 07768 347468
Norfolk Association of Architects
Chairman, Philip Bodie
Feilden + Mawson
1 Ferry Road
Norwich NR1 1SU
Tel: 01603 629571
South Essex Chapter of Architects
Chairman, Roger Coombs
53 West Road
Westcliff-on-Sea SS0 9AY
Tel: 01702 347619
Chairman, Mark Savin
The Stable Block
Angel Corner, 8 Angel Hill
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ
Tel: 01284 727710
West Essex Chapter of Architects
Currently dormant - please contact the RIBA East office on 01223 566285 or email email@example.com.