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  • Scheme for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    This survey closed on Monday 29th November 2021. ARB will now be analysing responses and will publish a report of our findings in 2022. The Architects Registration Board (ARB) is the regulator of the architect profession. Architects play a vital role in creating a built environment that is... More
    Closed 28 November 2021
  • Proposed changes to the Investigations and Professional Conduct Committee Rules and associated guidance

    The Architects Registration Board (ARB) is the professional regulator of architects. We maintain a Register to protect the public, so that anyone using an architect’s services, or a building designed by an architect, can be reassured that the design has been developed by an... More
    Closed 20 December 2021
  • Initial routes to education and training

    This survey closed on Monday 10th January 2022. The Architects Registration Board (ARB) is the regulator of the architect profession. Architects play a vital role in creating a built environment that is safe, sustainable and where everyone in society can live well. ... More
    Closed 9 January 2022
  • Consultation on draft guidance for Professional Indemnity Insurance

    The regulatory requirement for PII As the statutory regulator for the architects' profession, ARB ensures only those who are suitably competent are allowed to practise as architects. We do this by approving the qualifications required to join the Register of Architects. We set... More
    Closed 4 July 2022
  • Publication of disciplinary orders

    ARB’s role and the Register of Architects The Architects Registration Board (ARB) is an independent professional regulator, established by Parliament as a statutory body, through the Architects Act, in 1997. We are accountable to government. The law gives us a number of core... More
    Closed 5 July 2022
  • UK Adaptation Assessment

    Introduction The ARB is an independent professional regulator, established by Parliament as a statutory body, through the Architects Act, in 1997. We are accountable to government. The law gives us a number of core functions which... More
    Closed 9 September 2022
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