One year to Brexit: What is the RIBA doing? With just a year to go until the UK formally leaves the European Union, we are working tirelessly to get the best Brexit deal possible for architects.
Global By Design 2018: The RIBA's recommendations for a Brexit that works for UK architecture
The RIBA Directory of Chartered Practices: The List 18 contains full contact details of RIBA Chartered Practices along with markers to identify a track record within certain construction sectors.
BIM processes can improve your business effectiveness and employability. Read the RIBA's simple introduction to the core BIM Level 2 standards.
This guide explains the key quality assurance requirements for Chartered Practices to help those considering Chartered Practice status to work towards meeting the standards.
This paper introduces architects to carbon assessment in the built environment and its application through the RIBA work stages. It makes the case for architects’ role in reducing carbon emissions to mitigate climate change, explains the key concepts of embodied and whole life carbon and recommends the use of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) methodology for undertaking whole life carbon assessments (RICS Whole life carbon assessment for the built environment professional statement).
Future Trends monitors the employment and business trends affecting the architectural profession. These are the survey results from 2017.
This briefing outlines responses to questions we have been asked by current and prospective members.
A report detailing the impact of Brexit on architecture exports and how the profession can continue to grow globally as Britain leaves the EU.
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