Re: Re: architect complaint
..drawings submitted to the P.A. that were not in compliance with the Conditional permission granted was the final straw. .
….to witness an architect behave in this manner just defies all sense of logic.
After all, he is a professional and he should act accoringly.
My apologies if I appear unobjective.
Are you barking up the wrong tree?
If the condition required plans to be submitted and agreed with the planning authority, the architect is entitled to represent his/her client by testing the scope of what might be achieved by agreement within the terms of the condition. If the architect is pushing for something which is beyond a reasonable interpreation of the requirements of the condition it is a matter for the planning authority to say no. I don’t see the point in trying to involve a professional body. There is nothing unethical in a professional person asking a question on behalf of his/her client.