5 July 2012
From The newsdesk blog
The number of Arb registered architects that died last year amounted to just 49.
Of course, that’s 49 too many, but it was the lowest number recorded over the last decade.
The worst year? Palindrome 2002, when 121 architects died.
The figures were published in the Arb’s annual report this week, which showed the number of registered architects in 2011 rose by 391 to 33,456.
29,545 of these are men, with women making up just 21% of the profession.
33,179 fees were collected. 11 architects paid in cash.
And the average waiting time for your call to be answered is ten seconds.
For more exciting facts see the full report attached.