People are often surprised to learn that the title ‘architect’ is protected by law. No-one can call themselves an architect if they are not registered with the Architects Registration Board ,which sets very high standards of entry. All architects must have a very high level of education, carry professional indemnity insurance and follow a strict code of practice. The Board is made up of eight lay members, and seven architect members. I have been a member of the Board since 2009 and I am standing for re-election this year. Voting finishes at the beginning of March and all architects are entitled to vote, so let’s hope they vote for me!
Article written by: Ruth Brennan
Ruth Brennan has lived in Norfolk for most of her life, and has over 20 years experience of project management from start to finish. Click here to read more