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Call for 'development benefits' trial projects

The Government is inviting bids for controversial 'development benefits' pilots, which would see cash inducements paid to local residents to 'reduce the incentive for residents to actively oppose development and increase the likelihood of positive su…

25 September, 2014
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NBS wins £1m contract to develop BIM toolkit

NBS has secured a £1m contract to develop a free-to-use Digital Toolkit that will serve as an online checking and validation system for Building Information Modelling (BIM) projects.

25 September, 2014
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Workload confidence remains high over summer

A balance of two thirds of medium-sized practices expect workloads to increase over the coming months, according to the latest RIBA Future Trends Workload Index survey.

25 September, 2014
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Constructionarium celebrates successful year

Constructionarium, the programme that gives students 'hands on' experience of constructing real, scaled-down versions of buildings and civil engineering projects, celebrated another successful year at its annual gathering at the RIBA last week.

25 September, 2014
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ARB raises retention fee for 2015

The Architects' Registration Board has announced that it will raise its annual retention fee for architects by £2 for 2015, a below inflation rise of 1.9%.

25 September, 2014
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Letter from the frontline - Vice President Practice Dale Sinclair

Dear RIBA member,Welcome to the autumn letter from the Front Line, my first as Vice President of Practice and Profession. It is great news that the RIBA Future Trends survey shows a solidifying pattern of increased workload. As we emerge from the rec…

25 September, 2014
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