change defining who is eligible for honorary fellowships, a major revolution is proposed. Under the proposal you could be eligible even if you are qualified for chartered membership. Until now, the rule has been that if you could be an RIBA member because you have done the exams etc, then you should not be eligible for honorary membership. What has happened to justify the change? We have the shining example of Paul Williams , of Stanton Williams, who was an honorary fellow but then ...
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