Members required for ARB

Join the Architects Registration Board

CIAT members are eligible to serve the ARB as lay members*.

The Architects Registration Board (ARB) was established in 1997 by the Architects Act and regulates over 40,000 architects in the UK. 

The two key objectives that underpin all the ARB's work are to:
• Protect the users and potential users of architects’ services
• Support architects through regulation

The constitution of the Board is set to change and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), the ARB's sponsoring department is seeking to appoint:

• One independent, non-executive Chair
• Ten non-executive Board members
   made up of five architect and five lay members of the public 

ARB will be hosting information evenings for those interested in the positions on 26 and 27 September 2018

Many people from a wide range of backgrounds across the UK participate in public life by being members of the boards of public bodies, making decisions that develop, shape or deliver government policy and public services. 

Are you a passionate and committed individual looking for a challenging but exciting opportunity? Could you lead ARB through a significant period of change and help set the future strategy for the organisation? 

If so please click here. 

*or as either lay members or architect members if also a qualified architect.

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