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Tim Bailey

Tim Bailey

Newcastle upon Tyne

Partner

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Partner at xsite architecture LLP trying to keep design at the front of the conversation, with side lines in Arts and Cultural sector involvement.

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  • Comment on: Stephen Hodder: 'The Palestinian issue made me ill'

    Tim Bailey's comment 13 September, 2015 5:11 pm

    The key analysis of the Hodder Presidency should include that the brick batts were thrown at not by Stephen Hodder and while damaging in the short term have been turned to significant advantage for the long term. Seeds sown over the last two years I predict will have lasting and important effect both at RIBA and in the profession. I've seen the total commitment and hard work and Stephen needs to be repeatedly congratulated for steering a tricky ship so well.

    Tim Bailey
    xsite architecture LLP
    RIBA Council

  • Comment on: Stephen Hodder: 'The Palestinian issue made me ill'

    Tim Bailey's comment 10 September, 2015 7:48 pm

    The key analysis of the Hodder Presidency should include that the brick batts were thrown at not by Stephen Hodder and while damaging in the short term have been turned to significant advantage for the long term. Seeds sown over the last two years I predict will have lasting and important effect both at RIBA and in the profession. I've seen the total commitment and hard work and Stephen needs to be repeatedly congratulated for steering a tricky ship so well.

    Tim Bailey
    xsite architecture LLP
    RIBA Council

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

    Tim Bailey's comment 10 September, 2015 7:41 pm

    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

  • Comment on: Your verdict: Was Stephen Hodder a good president?

    Tim Bailey's comment 7 September, 2015 8:47 pm

    Interesting to read many beat their own particular drum in assessing the merits or otherwise of the Hodder tenure. I have witnessed Stephen navigate very choppy waters with skill and determination both not to shirk the responsibility of the matter at hand but also not to be diverted from his stated task of offering members a clear window on to the opinion and operating world of the client. No mean feat within two years of Presidential term with all its usual calls on duty and ceremony.
    Tim Bailey xsite architecture and RIBA Council

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