As the government begins its three yearly review of the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and its role, we want to know what’s most important to you in terms of protection of title and function
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At the end of last year RIBA council reaffirmed its commitment to abolish the register and take over the statutory maintenance of architects’ title.
The institute intends to push ministers for the abolition of the board as part of the government’s triennial review of the quango’s functions later this month.
Whether you are an architect, an architectural technician, a student or working within the profession, we want to hear your views.
Is the current regulatory set up value for money? Should the title of architect be protected? Should the ARB really be abolished?
Last chance to fill out the survey: Should the title of architect be protected?