Tag Archive: Chartered Practice

“I need building plans, but do I need a professional?”


If you are thinking of a new building project or altering or extending existing, then, most likely you will need building plans. However, the question you may be considering is, should I use an architect, or architectural services, or…..surely my builder will know someone who draws plans? You may wish to approach your friendly local …

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“Is my architect qualified?”


Be aware that terms such as “Architectural services”, “Architectural Consultant” and “Architectural Designer” do not necessarily mean that someone is a registered professional. Misuse of the title architect, is widespread, which is simply misleading to an unwary client. Whilst anyone can offer architectural services, only someone who has been registered with the Architect’s Registration Board (ARB) …

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Office Policies

As a RIBA Chartered Practice, Read Spicer Architecture are required to have certain office policies in place. We have included links to these for your information. Environmental Policy Health & Safety Policy Quality Policy   Additionally, we operate a Quality Management System based on the RIBA ISO: 9001 Toolkit, to monitor and ensure a consistently high …

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