RIBA National Council Student Representative Abigail Patel highlights the need for more student voices to be heard in the RIBA.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today welcomed the announcement of the approval of two Apprenticeship Standards by the Institute of Apprenticeships.
With Brexit less than a year away, the RIBA is working tirelessly to press government to seek the best possible outcome for the architectural profession - including securing the future of mutual recognition of professional qualifications.
On Saturday, 7 July, the RIBA will be hosting its third Pride Breakfast event to support inclusiveness across the profession.
The cost of PI cover for architects is rising across the board.
We received over 130 nominations for #EthelDay 2018 and we were overwhelmed with your response and brilliant words about some of the women in architecture that inspire you.
On Saturday 7 July, in conjunction with Architecture LGBT+ Network, RIBA will be hosting their annual pre-parade Bucks Fizz Breakfast with a panel discussion at 76 Portland Place.
When it comes to business, it’s all about making connections and building relationships – and there’s nothing more important than being seen in all the right places at the right time.
Today, 3 July 2018, members of the Professional and Business Services Council (PBSC) wrote to the Prime Minister Teresa May urging for action on Brexit.
Architects face a unique set of risks associated to the sector in which they operate. From protecting intellectual property, through to defending claims made against them and their work, when selecting insurance cover it is important to consider the possible risks a company is exposed to.