The RIBA Concise Building Contract is designed to be a simple, clear and easy to understand and use contract between a client and a contractor, and can be used on all types of simple commercial building work.
The RIBA Domestic Building Contract can be used on all domestic (non-commercial) projects, including renovations extensions, maintenance and new buildings
The RIBA briefing template has been designed to support the critical conversation between client and architect about project outcomes that starts from first point of contact and runs through the initial design stages. It is intended for use throughout the entire project cycle to monitor progress towards as well as record any changes to the brief.
It is imagined that the architect populates and manages the briefing files, using information gained in conversation with the client. Reports can be printed for review or sign-off by the client.
Give us your feedback on the RIBA Plan of Work for Fire Safety consultation
Plan of Work for Fire Safety Consultation
Information about professional indemnity insurance and risk management from the RIBA Insurance Agency.
We interviewed successful architects and experts within the profession, asking their advice on Managing a Career in Architecture.
Videos from the Fire Safety Briefing on 27 February 2018
Advice on finding, selecting and working with an architect for your home
Peer review process that monitors compliance with internationally recognised minimum standards in architectural education and encourages excellence and diversity in student achievement.
Validation procedures and criteria
This is part of a growing body of work exploring the UN Sustainable Development Goals in practice and looking more broadly at sustainable and ethical practice within the architectural profession and the built environment.
Ethics and sustainable development
As a member of RIBA you can benefit from access to resources which support you in your role as an architect