The RIBA has published a new report outlining what the government needs to do to help create homes and communities that are resilient to flood damage.
The RIBA publish a new report outlining what the Government needs to do to help create homes and communities that are resilient to flood damage.
Time for planning requirements to become more user-friendly
Employee Ownership Trusts have become the ownership-transfer vehicle of choice for a growing number of architecture practices
The resignation of Amber Rudd MP as Home Secretary has meant a couple of significant changes at the top of Theresa May’s Government. What do the new Secretaries of State mean for architects?
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) welcomes James Brokenshire MP as the new Housing Secretary.
Could your architecture practice benefit from new business connections, a raised profile, and 24/7 access to business support? Find out how the RIBA can open the right doors for your business
For the very first time, eligible architect Practices outside the UK are now able to join the RIBA Chartered Practice accreditation scheme.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is welcoming funding applications from architecture students enrolling in RIBA Part 2 courses or other postgraduate studies (such as academic Masters programmes) in the academic year 2018/19.