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The ARB has appointed Malcolm Nickolls, the former arcuk chairman, onto its board in order to make it quorate and fill a vacancy made by the recent high-profile resignations of architects. In a statement the arb said it could do so through 'exercising its powers under paragraph 6 of schedule 1 of the Architects Act 1997' and will also make further appointments. Nickolls played a critical role in the reforms made by the Architects Act 1997, which led to the creation of the arb. But the ...

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