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RIBA rings the changes

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The RIBA's council is next week set to agree new boundary changes to reflect the Regional Development Agencies; to change the Subscriber class to 'Friends'; and is to be asked to adopt 'indicative minimum rates of £5.60 per hour, and £6.70 per hour in London, for students working in practice'. It will also be asked to prepare good practice guidance notes for students and practices on training.The session may also involve a debate about widespread changes to the council structure and the possibility of making the presidency of the RIBA a threeyear term, even extending Marco Goldschmied's current tenure.

Council papers also show that Erno Goldfinger's family has donated £150,000 to the RIBA for a new bursary scheme to enable Hungarian architects and students to work in the UK and encourage a reciprocal agreement between the two countries.

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