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RIBA blasted over failed RSPCA competition


The RIBA Competitions office surely has a duty of care to check out a client's ability to deliver, their finances and competency before before launching competitors to bidders. Perhaps the RIBA Competitors office should look at the RIBA code of conduct as a good guide to diligence. At the core is the ability "to provide the knowledge, the ability and the financial and technical resources appropriate for their work. " Are the RIBA Competitions office achieving this and are they expecting members to uphold this without checking out the competition organiser? From what we read here is sounds like they are not, but there are 2 sides to every coin : An explanation from RIBA competitors office on how they undertake due diligence would be welcome, rather than the current silence.

Posted date

6 April, 2019

Posted time

9:21 am