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Duncan: 'I have every intention of making sure RIBA's council is effective'


Judging from what I have witnessed over the last year Jane Duncan will prove to be a level headed, hard working President. Building on the excellent work that has started under Stephen Hodder and adding her own practical and relevant agenda this President can help architects address the significant changes ahead for practice and individual alike. Institutions don't move fast but with the collaborative and positive mood engendered by the incoming President there is a chance that the RIBA can move faster than ever before to form and lead opinion in the field. Tim Bailey xsite architecture LLP RIBA Council

Posted date

10 September, 2015

Posted time

7:41 pm


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