RIBA’s Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission has created a final report with recommendations on how the built environment can best reflect and engage with the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, the UN’s plan of action for people, prosperity and the planet.
The RIBA's alternative resolution processes for parties in dispute, including architects, their clients or parties to a construction contract.
The Code of Professional Conduct sets out the standards of conduct and practice that the RIBA requires of its members.
RIBA Chartered Practices are the only architectural practices endorsed and promoted by the RIBA. This accreditation sends a strong signal to clients, employees and the wider construction industry and shows that your business is committed to excellence in design and service delivery. The Code of Practice sets out the standards of conduct and practice that the RIBA requires of its Chartered Practices.
View and download the delegate resource pack for the RIBA's 2017 Future Leaders events.
View and download the delegate resource pack for the RIBA's 2018 Smart Practice Conference.
This guidance sets out what architects should do to ensure their professional qualifications continue to be recognised if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Learn how can industry and the regulatory system could change to better ensure our buildings are safe now and in future.
Find out about international export opportunities for practices, trade visits, and other events from the RIBA and partners like the Department for International Trade.
Mentoring provides an opportunity for critical reflection, space and time for looking at the individual in the context of their career and their value to the practice. It identifies the need for support and the opportunity to develop skills. Mentoring is also a positive way of supporting both individuals and practices.
As a member of RIBA you can benefit from access to resources which support you in your role as an architect