ARB faces flak over 18% fee hike
Architects have condemned ARB for upping its fees by 18 per cent, with some blaming the rise on the board's expanding role on policing issues such as indemnity insurance. The £10 increase to £65 was made last week. ARB said it was due to inflation and the costs of its statutory duties.
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