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Staff and students at the architecture department of South Bank University were the latest to be entranced by a visit from the arb. They flocked to hear about the joys of registration; they applauded the modest 66 per cent rise in registration fees; they cheered that much of that will go to pay members of validation panels, currently foolish enough to give their services for nothing; they loved the fact that paid lay board members outnumber unpaid architect members. But most of all, they celebrated the admission that the 'public', which the arb 'protects', is 'at the end of the day, the paying client'. Not, of course, the general public whose interests the Consumers Association championed in arguing for retaining registration.

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