What is an RIBA Chartered Practice?
“Being a chartered architect myself since 2002 I have enjoyed the support of the RIBA through my professional career. Now Clayland Architects can gain further support and recognition through its chartered status. This is another stepping stone, a move forward for Clayland Architects and Clayland as a whole.”
Steven Swaby, Principal Architect.
Appointing a practice is a key decision and clients appreciate the reassurance of a trustworthy accreditation from the RIBA.
The award of our chartered status by the Royal Institute of British Architects confirms that they have recognised our desire and implementation of effective business performance, quality assurance and a commitment to excellence in design and service delivery; something that we hope gives us an edge over the competition.
We work to a recognised set of standards and our clients can expect a high quality service and level of support. RIBA chartered practices are the only practices to be endorsed and promoted by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
To become a Chartered Practice, architect practices need to comply with strict criteria in an accreditation scheme that given you, the client, a mark of quality. So by choosing a RIBA Chartered Practice you can expect a certain level of excellence in design and service.