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Mutual recognition agreements enable professionals in participating countries to practice outside their own country without taking additional exams or professional training. They are essential for UK-based architecture firms to compete internationally and play a vital part in the contribution of the sector to the UK economy. Promoting greater mutual recognition of qualifications in trade deals presents a major opportunity to strengthen trade in architectural services with new markets.
Closer to Home is a report by IPPR North, supported by the RIBA, that explores how devolution deals can open up new opportunities to tackle to housing crisis
Building Global Britain is the RIBA’s 2017 Manifesto, outlining how the next UK Government can support a built environment that creates happy, sustainable communities and ensure that the UK’s architecture sector can thrive.
#Homewise - Space Standards for Homes investigates the Nationally Described Space Standard, and makes the case for space in housing.
The RIBA Building Futures report Silver linings: The Active Third Age and the City illustrates six future scenarios in which 'active Third-Agers' have made a huge impact on our towns and cities.
Published in 2016, Housing Matters: Twenty Ways to Solve the Housing Crisis outlines key recommendations to support the development of more good-quality housing
Designing with Data offers practitioners four main approaches to working with data and new technology to harness the wealth of opportunity big data presents
City Health Check explores the important role that design can play in combating the most pressing public health problems of the 21st Century whilst at the same time delivering savings of £1bn a year for the NHS.
Building a Better Britain was the RIBA's manifesto for the UK's 2015 general election, outlining how architecture and the built environment can help tackle the pressing issues facing the UK, including the housing crisis, school funding, and climate change.
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