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ARB takes hard-line stance over insurance defaulters

The Architects Registration Board is to crack down on architects who fail to use professional indemnity insurance. From 2002 it will demand to see evidence of every practitioner's cover before granting them registration. The move, which will affect all 30,000 registered architects in the UK, was agreed at the latest ARB board meeting. It follows the publication of research which suggests thousands of architects could be breaking the ARB's code of conduct by ignoring its demand for adequate ...

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