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RIBA president pay debate heats up


The article suggests that the Presidency is for a 3 day per week job x, say, 46 weeks = 138 days p.a. If the suggested salary is £50,000 each year then the remuneration would be about £350 per day and if, as the article suggests, the £50,000 is spread over 2 years it comes to about £175 per day. Two points - why should the President's own practice pay for the practitioner's work as President when the job should be of benefit to all architects? We have a builder who is reluctant to charge less than £200 per day so what value to do we put on architecture?

Posted date

10 September, 2012

Posted time

10:23 am