'Good value' arb raises retention fees again
The Architects Registration Board (arb) is to implement another price hike on its annual retention fee, just over a year since it last asked architects to dig deeper. Following a meeting led by chairwoman Barbara Kelly last week it was agreed that some of the extra cash would be used to supplement refurbishment work costs for the board's offices in Hallam Street, London, and to cover the costs of validation visits to schools of architecture.
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