Architect fined £2,500 over delays and missed meetings

The Architects Registration Board

Unprofessional conduct related to renovation and redevelopment of listed London property

An architect has been fined £2,500 after being found guilty of five counts of unacceptable professional conduct by regulator the Architects Registration Board.

Pol Gallagher, of east London-based ZAP Architecture, had accepted charges of failing to deal with a complaint acceptably and failing to cooperate with the regulator in relation to the case.

The Arb’s Professional Conduct Committee said the case related to the renovation and redevelopment of “a prestigious grade II listed property in central London” that it did not identify and that it was a project that 34-year-old Gallagher had been working on since 2015.

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