View and download the delegate resource pack for the RIBA's 2018 Future Leaders events.
View and download the delegate resource pack for the RIBA's 2017 Smart Practice Conference.
This resource provides the RIBA's overview of the UK Government's 'No Deal' Brexit Technical Notices
Templates and practical guides on appointments and pre-construction information and to help architects discharge their duties as Designers and Principal Designers under CDM 2015 Health and Safety Regulations.
The UK will leave the European Union on 29 March 2019. If the UK Government and European Union are unable to reach a negotiated deal, there will be significant implications for RIBA members and practices.
RIBA is advising practices who do business in the European Union, who have parent or subsidiary companies in the European Union or who have staff from the European Union to consider how their business may be affected in the event of a no deal Brexit and take action if necessary.
This Code and its accompanying Guidance Notes set out and explain the standards of professional conduct and practice that the RIBA requires of its members.
Best practice guidance on renewing your insurance policy and key insurance considerations in contracts.
The RIBA Concise Professional Services Contract is for the appointment of an Architect or Consultant where the Architect/Consultant undertakes a commission for architectural services for simple, non-complex, commercial projects of any value, in which the building works will be carried out using traditional forms of building contract, such as the RIBA Concise Building Contract, the JCT Minor Works Building Contract or the JCT Intermediate Building Contract.
The RIBA Sub-consultant Professional Services Contract is suitable for when an Architect or Consultant wishes, or perhaps is required, by the client to appoint a sub-consultant to carry out part of the Architect or Consultant’s services, and where the contract terms are compatible with the Head Agreement between the client and the Architect or Consultant.
The RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract is for the appointment of an Architect or Consultant and provides comprehensive contract terms suitable where the Architect/Consultant undertakes a commission for architectural services on projects using a traditional form of procurement.
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