Reduce the Risk – with our RIBA Accredited Practice



Most build projects, whatever size can be complex and carry some risk. The best way to reduce your risk exposure is by appointing a RIBA Accredited Chartered Architect practice.   

MP Architects are proud to have a 35 year association with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the global professional membership body, driving excellence in architecture.   

Our RIBA Accredited Chartered Architect Practice and individual Architect memberships is your guarantee that we are a quality-assured practice, committed to excellence in design, insurance, health and safety, quality management systems, and outstanding customer service.   

The RIBA requires us to adhere to a stringent code of conduct that ensures high standards of professionalism, brilliant design and therefore protecting clients from a substandard Architectural service.   

•         It is mandatory that MP Architects LLP employs a required number of individual RIBA Chartered Architects  

•         You can be sure that MP Architects LLP holds the appropriate Professional Indemnity Insurances  

•         MP Architects LLP have non-negotiable comprehensive Health and Safety and Environmental policies in place  

•         The entire team at MP Architects LLP will conduct themselves in accordance with the RIBA Code of Practice, professionally and knowledgeably, that is appropriate to their status.  

All RIBA Accredited Architects undertake 7 years of rigorous, design-led education and training. This is a guarantee that a qualified RIBA Architect will add value to your project by providing impartial creative thinking, innovative and practical design, establishing ingenious kerb appeal coupled with economical construction methods.   

We believe each client deserves the best in Architectural design and service.  Our exceptionally talented team of Architects will listen to your needs and guarantee to meet your expectations.  


Author : Jessica Parkes. Read more articles for MP Architects LLP https://www.martynpattie.co.uk/news/