This Code and its accompanying Guidance Notes set out and explain the standards of professional conduct and practice that the RIBA requires of its members.
RIBA Code of Professional Conduct
Future Trends monitors the employment and business trends affecting the architectural profession. These are the survey results from 2018.
Templates and practical guides on appointments and pre-construction information and to help architects discharge their duties as Designers and Principal Designers under CDM 2015 Health and Safety Regulations.
The annual RIBA Business Benchmarking survey provides vital business knowledge about how your practice compares to others across a broad spectrum of criteria.
The RIBA's alternative resolution processes for parties in dispute, including architects, their clients or parties to a construction contract.
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Formal Complaints Processes
The RIBA Plan of Work is the definitive UK model for the building, design and construction process. Read the latest guidance or create a custom plan for your practice or project.
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.
Information about professional indemnity insurance and risk management from the RIBA Insurance Agency.
Register of RIBA accredited Client Advisers, who are experienced architects that can provide impartial and informed advice from the earliest stages of your project.
The RIBA is encouraging and supporting its members to work around the world through organising and promoting events, raising awareness and creating opportunities to gain new international contacts, business opportunities, and develop skills and connections.
As a member of RIBA you can benefit from access to resources which support you in your role as an architect