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The home of British Architecture
CABE was created to help decision-makers and professionals to create great buildings, places and spaces, and inspire public demand for good design.
Conference on Training in Architectural Conservation
The Standing Conference of Heads of Schools of Architecture (SCHOSA) is an organisation to which every Head of every UK Recognised School of Architecture, of which there are currently 42, is a member.


We are a practical charity addressing the issues of homelessness by harnessing the skills, products and goodwill of the building industry to improve hostels, day centres, night shelters, training centres and move-on accommodation, for frontline homelessness agencies who work directly with homeless people.
The Lighthouse Club is known, recognized and regarded with respect and affection throughout every branch of the construction industry.

IT & Innovation

Construct IT For Business has been set up to coordinate and promote innovation and research in ICT in Construction in the UK to improve competitive performance of the UK construction industry and to act as a catalyst for academic and industrial collaboration. 



CICA is an independent membership programme for ICT decision-makers in Architecture, Engineering and Construction sector with over 30 year track record in promoting, facilitating and enabling best practice.
CITE is a collaborative electronic information exchange initiative for the UK construction industry where data exchange specifications are developed by the industry for the industry, enabling the industry to move forward together.
Construction Opportunities for Mobile IT (COMIT) COMIT (Construction Opportunities for Mobile IT), began as a two-year research and development project part-funded by the Department of Trade and Industry.
The IT Construction Forum is a special interest forum within Constructing Excellence.
The ISP was driven to ensure effective communication between IT professionals and Construction Industry professionals.
IAI is the International Alliance for Interoperability specialises in establishing standards for the use of object technology in construction and facilities management 
Construction Scotland came into being as the leading industry body for construction in Scotland on 1 April 2011.
The Modern Built Environment Knowledge Transfer Network (MBE KTN) is funded by the Technology Strategy Board to increase the exploitation of innovation in the built environment for demonstrated business benefit.


London has been subject to Building Control since the 12th Century, when the effects of continual fires in the city caused damage and disruption to the commercial well being of England.


Buildoffsite is an alliance of clients, developers, designers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, government, advisors and researchers.
The Faculty provides a list of party wall surveyors in your area.The Faculty also provides seminars, publications and a help line.
The GAI is the United Kingdom'sonly trade body solely dedicated to promoting the interests of the whole architectural ironmongeryindustry,Architectural Ironmongers themselves, and the manufacturers and wholesalers of Architectural Ironmongery products.
It is a professional board of those people working within the built and natural environment involved in construction and maintenance of, and output from, the Geospatial database.