ICE Arch Ltd is an RIBA Chartered Practice. What does this mean?
RIBA Chartered Practices are the only architectural practices endorsed and promoted by the RIBA.
This ensures that your architect is highly skilled and professionally trained to turn your aspirations into reality. Your architect will guide you through the design, planning and construction process whether you are constructing a new building or adapting an existing property.
Your architect applies impartial and creative thinking to projects large and small. Your architect adds value, whether from maximising light and space, adding functionality, or achieving the best return on your investment.
Your architect is committed to quality assurance, business management and client service.
Your architect will utilise the RIBA Plan of Work and adhere to the RIBA Code of Practice.
RIBA Plan of Work.
The RIBA Plan of Work is the definitive UK model for the building, design and construction process. The RIBA Plan of Work organises the process of briefing, designing, constructing and operating building projects into eight stages and details the tasks and outputs required at each stage.
RIBA Code of Practice for Chartered Practices
This Code comprises:
- Three principles of professional conduct and practice (Honesty/Integrity, Competence, and Relationships)
- Professional values that support those principles