RIBA targets political parties in preelection manifesto push
The RIBA is to publish a 'Manifesto for Architects' in an attempt to raise its political profile before the general election. The policy will focus on sustainability, architects' involvement in the planning process, the importance of design-led development and urban regeneration. The ideas will be lobbied for inclusion in the parties' election manifestos, and will form the basis for demands for a full UKarchitecture policy from the next government as a published white paper, said RIBA's ...
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