RIBA responds to State of the Nation report by Government’s Social Mobility Commission
Our popular creative architecture and design workshops for families, children and young people are back this May half-term.
This year’s International Women's Day brought the usual flurry of activity across the globe. Here in the North East, we put on an RIBA event launching a new EDI campaign called Change The Record.
RIBA London will be sharing the activities of our local architecture community by featuring a different practice each month on our newsletter, website, and on social media. May's featured practice is ÜberRaum.
The RIBA Education Department conducts a survey of schools of architecture and the data is used to establish the raw facts about architectural education in the UK.
The collaborative, blame-free contracts that do not require PI insurance
Planning changes announced for upward extensions and office conversions
Court decrees that a duty of care exists even without a contract or payment