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The Architects Registration Board has taken the unprecedented step of arranging a two-day professional conduct committee (PCC) meeting to hear six separate cases. Normally the ARB hears only single cases at a time, but as part of a new drive towards streamlining its procedures in the face of criticism, it will hear five separate complaints of unacceptable professional conduct against as-yet-unnamed registered architects on Wednesday 2 May and Thursday 3 May in London. The sixth case will cover the matter of an architect who was previously found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct by a PCC but who has failed to pay the fine imposed. However, the second day of the conduct committee meeting may still be postponed - it has been earmarked for a tube strike.

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