Register of Architects
The Architects Registration Board (ARB) is the body set up by Parliament as the independent UK regulator of architects. Anyone who describes themself as an architect must be on the Register of Architects.
Under Section 20 of the Architects Act 1997, the title "architect" is protected. It can only be used in business or practice by people who have had the education, training and experience needed to become an architect and who are registered with us. When someone uses the title "architect", it means that members of the public can check with us that they are dealing with a genuine and qualified professional.
You can find an architect by using the options listed in the drop-down menu below, or you can click on the links to the right and search for an architect by region or country.
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