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Council agrees to follow new corporate model

RIBA council members have backed chief executive Richard Hastilow's proposals to give the institute a shake-out by splitting it into three operating units: the RIBA Foundation for cultural activities, such as exhibitions and outreach programmes for schools, paid for by sponsorship deals and state aid; RIBA Professional Services for membership support, education and professional development and the Clients' Advisory Service, to be financed through membership subscription; and RIBA Enterprises, ..

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