Arb investigates Grenfell expert witness who called himself architect despite not being on register

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Grenfell Inquiry also ‘making urgent inquiries’

The Arb is investigating a complaint that an expert witness appointed to the Grenfell Inquiry this week described himself as an architect despite not being on the register for 10 years.

On his website John Priestley of John Priestley Associates called himself “a UK registered and Chartered Architect with over 30 years [sic] experience in the design and construction of a wide range of Commercial, Industrial and Residential projects”.

The website was taken down this morning.

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