A year ago, today, we witnessed the devastating tragedy at Grenfell Tower that saw the largest loss of life in a single peacetime building fire since the Exeter Theatre Royal fire of 1887. On 12 June 2018, the RIBA hosted the fire safety conference, ‘Protecting Lives: design and construction post Grenfell’, in collaboration with RICS and CIOB.
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The RIBA is currently in the process of reviewing the Code of Professional Conduct and Code of Practice. Now is the time for you to contribute.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and LDC, the private equity arm of Lloyds Banking Group, have agreed a partnership to support the future growth of RIBA Enterprises Ltd, the commercial arm of the RIBA which trades as NBS.
The RIBA has announced the candidates standing for election to RIBA Council, including the nominations for President Elect.
RIBA North East members showcase their diversity, skills, interest and backgrounds, highlighting how it has impacted on their careers within architecture.
What has the RIBA been doing to represent architects since the 2017 General Election?
The Royal Society of Architects in Wales have announced the winners of the 2018 Welsh Architecture Awards and special prizes. Yr Yswgrn by Purcell, University of Bangor Arts and Innovation Centre (Pontio) by Grimshaw, and St Davids Hospice New In-patient Unit by KKE Architects have all received awards, with Yr Ysgwrn winning the coveted 2018 RSAW Building of the Year Award for the best new building in Wales this year.
The RSAW is pleased to promote a new awards scheme for 2018; the Heritage Angel Awards Wales. These awards are designed to recognise and reward those individuals who have made a significant contribution to saving our heritage, particularly through projects involving the built environment. The awards are administered by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, and are sponsored by the Andrew Lloyd-Webber Foundation.