Last edited 05 Nov 2020

RIBA Chartered Practice

The professional designationChartered Practice’ is legally protected by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). This means that only architectural practices that are accredited by the RIBA can use the label ‘RIBA Chartered Practice’, use the logo, and include or display the certificate in proposals, bids or offices.

To qualify as a Chartered Practice, a practice must provide evidence of its compliance with the following criteria:

All Chartered Practices have to apply each year to maintain that status, and will not be eligible if they no longer meet the above criteria, or if they make a false/incorrect statement on the application form.

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