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Hyett: ARB needs warnings, not fines, to police profession

RIBA president-elect Paul Hyett is to press the Architects' Registration Board (ARB) to drop the use of fines and make more use of continuing professional development to bring wayward architects into line. His comments follow the case of Geoffrey Tournoff, who was struck off after refusing to pay an £800 fine for misleading a client about the progress of a planning application (AJ 38.00).

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