Architect booted off register for designing leaky house

The Architects Registration Board

Arb finds designer guilty of incompetence and unacceptable professional conduct

A Scottish architect has been erased from the Arb register after being found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct and serious professional incompetence.

It is the second time Neil Rothnie has been found guilty of poor professional conduct by the Arb.

This time the Arb’s professional conduct committee (PCC) ruled that a house he designed suffered serious damage because of persistent rain water ingress caused by his bodged design of a gable.

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