RIBA chief warns that governments ignore
architects "at their peril"

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Dezeen Wire:
Angela Brady, president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, has criticised the state of housing in Britain, claiming that only good design can ensure the current housing shortage is resolved successfully and sustainably. 

Following a series of presentations and debates at the three main party political conferences over the past weeks, Brady pointed to cramped conditions and unsustainable building practices as key issues that need to be addressed, stating "As architects, we've got so much to offer. Governments ignore that at their peril." - The Guardian

See our previous story on the RIBA's Case for Space report here.