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AABC Accreditation Success

— 16 Aug 2016

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We are very pleased to announce that not only have Jonathan Rhind, John Alexander and Martin Sturley received re-accreditation with the AABC, but Jonny Poland has also achieved accreditation for the first time.

The Register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation, AABC is an independent accreditation body with the primary purpose of informing clients and protecting the historic built environment from damaging interventions. The register is designed to assist clients by identifying architects whose experience in building conservation and adaption has been established by peer assessment.

To achieve successful AABC Registration, architects submit details of 5 examples of their work completed within the last 5 years, illustrating their professional expertise and demonstrating their knowledge and experience. All registered architects are re-assessed every 5 years as a continual skills appraisal where applicant need to demonstrate their insights, understanding and application of the building conservation principles.

For full details of the AABC Register see -


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