The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) response to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee's inquiry into energy efficiency.
'Powered by People: Building a Post-Brexit Immigration System for UK Architecture' is a major new research report, the result of detailed research and interviews with international architects living in the UK. It gives the most complete picture to date of the sector's international workforce, and sets out what is needed to ensure the immigration system supports rather than damages the UK’s vital architecture sector.
Championing good housing can, and should, become a source of pride for our politicians rather than an electoral liability. The problems are complex, deep-rooted and inter-related but not incurable. They can be summarised under three broad headings; quality and choice, affordability, and supply. The RIBA has provided recommendations on all three of these topics.
The RIBA has produced a prospectus of exemplary places that demonstrate high quality design in response to Sir Oliver Letwin's independent review of build out rates.
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
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.
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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