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The UK’s purpose-built homes to rent sector first hatched in London is now taking off in the regions.
The RIBA has established a new RIBA Commission on Ethics and Sustainable Development, as approved by RIBA Council. In its first year, the Commission will consider how the architectural profession can best reflect its core values of public interest, social purpose and sustainability, including its engagement with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Creating value is about integrating functions and looking for a win-win.
Good record keeping is the only safeguard against claims.
The Reiach and Hall director will be keynote speaker for the 2018 RIBA Smart Practice Conference in October.
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.
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.