Information on what the Tier 1 visa means for architects.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has responded to the government’s building safety update and implementation plan, released today (19 December) following two reports undertaken after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, now over 18 months ago.
The Expert Advisory Group’s new recruits explain the role they play in addressing architecture’s many concerns
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), Local Government Association (LGA) and Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) have today (Thursday 13 December) launched Future Place: a joint two-phase initiative to recognise, reward and encourage high quality placemaking in England.
Architects chasing money they are owed must follow a new protocol
Over 500 students and architects attended the RIBA Annual Lecture 2018 series in partnership with our fabulous South West universities from October to November. Seeking to inspire the next generation of architects through hearing the stories behind award-winning and innovative architecture, and journeys into architecture, the lectures mixed up students and practicing RIBA architects to stimulate new student-professional connections, and provided a window into the work of the RIBA.
The RIBA has today (11 December) signed a partnership agreement with the Planning Portal, signalling a joint commitment to work together for the benefit of architects and their clients.
Today (11 December) RIBA and the Home Office announced that from 10 January 2019, the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent and Exceptional Promise) visa will be available to applicants from architecture, with RIBA playing a role in assessing applications made under the scheme.
RIBA Architecture Ambassadors, Freehaus, ran workshops for almost 100 school children to imagine the city of the future. This is their experience.