The Registrar, the RIAI, the Title and Regulation of Architectural Services

The Registrar, the RIAI, the Title and Regulation of Architectural Services

Postby onq » Tue Jun 01, 2010 8:35 pm

In Ireland there is no restriction on the provisions of architectural services - as such.
However you must use the title to certify AS AN ARCHITECT.

You must certify AS AN ARCHITECT when issuing opinions, certifying monies, certifying compliance, and so forth.
Thus, when the RIAI/The Registrar says there is no restriction on the provision of services, it seems they are being highly disingenuous.

"Highly Disingenuous" is not how you want the Guardian of the Public Good to be starting his career now, is it?
And for all you Graduates of Bolton Street and UCD it must be a double blow.

Before May 2008 and the implementation of the Building Control Act 2007, you were entitled to use the Title per
DIR 2005/36/EC The Mutual Recognition of Qualifications Directive.

Prior to that these same rights were enshrined in the Architect's Directive, DIR 85/384/EEC.
Now I wonder who benefits from undermining the standing of those qualifications.

So badly undermined are they that after five years, you now have the same standing as after your first, or third year, or no years at all.
You stand alongside the Man in the Street, who is similarly able to provide architectural services.

Now what Public Good does that preserve and promote, ehhh?
Nahhh - didn't think so.

So this situation must be promoting a private good.
And the question is - who benefits?

It seems clear that the Oireachtas has been sold a pup.
Who sold it to them?
Who benefits?

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Re: The Registrar, the RIAI, the Title and Regulation of Architectural Services

Postby missarchi » Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:38 pm

There might be a train station with the name your looking for
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Re: The Registrar, the RIAI, the Title and Regulation of Architectural Services

Postby teak » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:50 pm

There might be a train station with the name your looking for


Think I've got it.

Train Station : Ozone Park / Leffert's Boulevard

Name : Mr Ozone.

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Re: The Registrar, the RIAI, the Title and Regulation of Architectural Services

Postby gunter » Fri Jun 04, 2010 11:02 pm

. . . can you go back now and decipher the other one thousand, four hundred and five?
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Re: The Registrar, the RIAI, the Title and Regulation of Architectural Services

Postby teak » Mon Jun 07, 2010 9:30 pm

:eek:
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