Our register of specialists encompasses all aspects of historic building conservation, repair and maintenance.
The Register has three levels of membership. Click on the links below to browse a list of architects in each category.
Specialist Conservation Architect (SCA)
Conservation Architect (CA)
Able to demonstrate authoritative knowledge of conservation practice, principles and philosophy, and to contribute to development of conservation standards.
Able to demonstrate depth of understanding of conservation practice, principles and philosophy, and to guide and take responsibility for others whilst understanding when further specialist guidance is required.
Conservation Registrant (CR)
Able to demonstrate good working and background knowledge of key aspects of conservation practice, principles and philosophy, and to understand when guidance or supervision is required.
The RIBA Conservation Register allows you to browse the register by location. If you would like a printed copy of the directory please contact Client Services.
If you live in a Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian terraced house, or if you live in a conservation area or in a listed building, download the guide for private clients below.
Private clients' guide (PDF - 741kB)
If you are involved in development or investment in the commercial, public, ecclesiastical or charitable sectors, or you are a planner or other professional download the guide for corporate clients below.
Corporate clients' guide (PDF - 216kB)
For more information, contact the RIBA Client Services team: telephone: +44 (0) 20 7307 3700
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