The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has expressed significant concerns in its response to the Government consultation on planning reforms.
In his final year as RIBA East Midlands Chair, Sam Culling gives an overview of events in the region for 2019.
Practices share their plans and ideas for the challenging year ahead
Join us this February half term for a series of fun creative workshops and courses inspired by architecture and design, for children and young people.
2019 promises to be full of challenge. It will certainly be uppermost in architects' minds that their practice is often very quickly and unpredictably affected by political and economic instability and uncertainty.
Student blogger Hani Salih reflects on the past three years of architecture school and the years to come
During 2018, RIBA North East celebrated and supported the rich diversity of architects in the North East.
Each year another handful of organisations throw their hat into the ring with a new awards programme. But in the face of ever stiffer competition, we’re proud that our members still regard the RIBA Awards as the most relevant to architects, clients and the public. So if you only enter one awards programme this year, make it the RIBA Awards.