The latest news and important updates from the RIAS.
The RIAS Awards 2020 showcase is now live! This celebrates the eighteen shortlisted projects for the 2020 RIAS Awards.
View the showcase here: http://www.riasshowcase.org.uk/
The RIAS has recently submitted formal responses on PRE-LEGISLATIVE SCRUTINY OF THE BUILDING SAFETY BILL 2020 and the UK INTERNAL MARKET BILL 2020 to UK government/ Scottish Government.
Scotland’s Construction Leadership Forum seeks feedback into newly launched industry recovery plan
Simon Allford has been elected the next President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
Thank you to all Retired Members who responded to the Surveys to allow RIAS to understand the impacts of Covid C-19 and Lockdown on their lives. A summary of the findings can be viewed here.
Thank you to all of you who responded to the surveys to determine the impacts of Covid 19 and Lockdown on our Members and Practices. A summary of the findings can be viewed HERE.
A number of our members and the RIAS membership department have received the following email which is a SCAM - do not open dropbox link;
Christina Gaiger FRIAS has been elected the next President of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). Christina took over from Robin Webster OBE at the Incorporation’s AGM on 30th June 2020 (this took place as a virtual event and a recording of it can be viewed below). Christina will serve as President initially for one year, with the option to submit for re-election for a further year
Updated 19th June 2020
The RIAS has prepared the following Q&A around support for businesses and employees. We are monitoring updates and will continue to share these with you via the RIAS website.
Updated 3rd December 2020
The RIAS is compiling information for members and will post regular details to support you in accessing information.
The RIAS are committed to ensuring all our members and friends can access our service as normal. Our staff remain fully available for you via email. More information is given below.