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RIAS Presidential and Council Elections - Voting Open

11:02am, Wed 22nd August 2018

RIAS Presidential ElectionThe RIAS is delighted to announce that there are two Presidential Candidates for the upcoming election.Candidates:Gordon G Smith FRIAS RIBARobin Webster OBE RSA FRIAS RIBA FRSAElection statements can...

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Festival of Architecture 2018

1:43pm, Wed 5th September 2018


This year the RIAS’ Festival of Architecture 2018 will support events through its brand to bring a focus to Architecture during the autumn. The Festival is a Scotland-wide annual celebration...

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Apply to be an ARB Board Member

9:51am, Thu 13th September 2018


Closing date for applications; 30 September 2018From 2019, the Board will be made up of eleven members, all appointed by the Privy Council:one independent, non-executive Chairten non-executive Board members(made up...

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The A&DS and RIAS Scottish Student Awards for Architecture 2018

12:15pm, Fri 17th August 2018


Come in and see all the amazing work from this year's student's entries, currently on display in the RIAS Bookshop.

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Phishing Email Warning!

2:47pm, Wed 15th August 2018


Some of our members have been reporting more sophisticated phishing emails than we have seen before. They appear to be from potential clients but contain PDF documents with a link...

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RIBA Brexit Survey for non-UK Nationals

1:57pm, Wed 8th August 2018


As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, the RIBA would like your help to better understand the main issues facing those from outside the UK who are working...

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Featured

Choosing an Architect

7:21am, Tue 8th September 2015


Definition of an ArchitectBefore a person can be called an architect he or she will have completed a seven-year course in the design, specification and erection of buildings and passed...

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Disputes and Dispute Resolution

4:19pm, Mon 19th May 2014


When you use a chartered architect you are protected; skills have to be exercised to the standards established by the professional body, in professional conduct and in the procedures by...

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