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Accessibility, diversity and mobility should be recognised as essential characteristics of a modern, successful and vital profession.

RIBA membership should represent the breadth of the profession through developing a two-tier structure of full members, Associate and Chartered.

The RIBA should establish registers of qualified, specialist practitioners to underpin the development of architecture as a multi-faceted profession.

The umbrella structure of architectural education should be reformulated as a seven-year continuum of credits.

Research and specialisms should be promoted to create a cutting-edge to architecture as a knowledge-based profession.

The skills architects need to 'lead the design team' and fully participate in the construction industry should be embedded in the educational curriculum.

An independent 'College' should be established to take responsibility for validating core and specialist courses.

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