RIBA North East delivers the services of the Royal Institute of British Architects in the North East Region. It also works closely with RIBA Yorkshire and RIBA North West to deliver a number of support services to over 700 RIBA members.
RIBA North East acts as a co-ordinating body between Chartered Architects, allied building professional and the public in the North East. The overarching aim is the advancement of architecture and the delivery of high standards of design and fitness for purpose within the built environment.
Through the regional office, the RIBA is able to respond effectively to the requirements of local Members and the region, providing a vital point of contact between the RIBA and the tiers of regional governance and decision-makers at a local level throughout the North East. By harnessing the knowledge and expertise of those who live and work in the area, RIBA North East is able to promote architecture to a wide audience. RIBA North East is housed in the The School of the Built Environment at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne.
RIBA North East
School of the Built and Natural Environment, Northumbria University
Ellison Building, Ellison Place
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8ST
Tel: +44 (0)191 2617441
News from RIBA North East
Click on the stories below from the North East region at the RIBA.
Join us at a free seminar in Oxford, London or Gateshead to find out more about the recent legislation on workplace pensions and how the RIBA can help.
New RIBA CPD events have just been announced for June. RIBA's Core CPD Programme will help you stay up to date, to keep ahead, to be competitive, and to build your professional competence, as well as helping you to meet your CPD requirements.
The revised CDM Regulations 2015 have been in force for a month now and we continue to receive questions about what CPD is available, especially on the Principal Designer role.
A reminder that we would like to invite you to share your views on CPD and the range of CPD offered by both RIBA and other providers.
The RIBA's CDM 2015 knowledge hub will keep you updated on what you need to know as an architect, including key information on the new principal designer role.