RIBA runner Roche lays his cards on the table
Whilst I welcome the AJ conducting a poll on who should be the next president of the RIBA, (AJ 15.1.04), I feel readers should be making a selection based upon policy rather than personality. As the only person to openly declare policy objectives, I feel I may be at a disadvantage or advantage, depending upon one's viewpoint.
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