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The ARB is set to ask architects to dig deep into their pockets once more for their retention fee - but it has been frozen at £55 for the year 2001. Payable by credit/debit card for the first time, the money is due by 31 March next year. ARB chief executive Robin Vaughan has written a letter to architects showing that the £55 is good value compared with fees for other regulators. These include the General Medical Council (£135), the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons ...

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