Library of Birmingham, architects: Mecanoo
We work with our branches in the above counties to help provide a point of contact for members and engagement with the public in the West Midlands. Our office is located in the heart of Birmingham City Centre.
- A regular e-newsletter for members and subscribers
- Continuing professional development for our members, architects and associated professions
- A public programme of architectural events, including the RIBA's annual Love Architecture Festival
- Communication of RIBA activity, branches and members' projects, through press relations and social media
- Organisation of the RIBA Awards for Architecture in the West Midlands
- Engagement with stakeholders and opinion formers to promote RIBA policy at a regional level
- Working with our Schools of Architecture and their students.
RIBA West Midlands
321 Bradford Street,
Birmingham B5 6ET
Tel +44 (0)121 233 2321
CPD West Midlands news
Latest news from RIBA West Midlands
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.
Two Shopping Centres, an Old Library and a Rare Surviving Pottery Works are among Buildings to make Architecture Awards Shortlist 2015 for RIBA West Midlands.
Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects lecture by Frank Sharman on 22 January 2015.
Join us at one of our free seminars to find out more about the recent legislation on workplace pensions and how the RIBA can help.
The West Midlands has seven branches across the region:
Chair: Michael Duff, Associated Architects
Tel: 0121 233 6600 Email: email@example.com
Coventry & Warwickshire Society of Architects
Chair: Dhiran Vagdia, Vagdia & Holmes
Tel: 024 7622 2393 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Herefordshire Society of Architects
For Herefordshire Branch please contact the Regional Office
Chair: Patrick Redmond, CTD Architects
For contact details please contact the Regional Office
Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects
Chair: Michael Cruise, Glenn Howells Architects
Tel: 0121 666 7640 Email: email@example.com
Chair: Costas Georghiou
Tel: 01902 714679 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Worcestershire Society of Chartered Architects
Chair: David Greenhill, Vivid Architects
Tel: 01905 612859 Email: email@example.com