Walking a grey tightrope to inflexibility

You probably haven’t met Richard Hastilow. Let me introduce you. He is the chief executive of the RIBA, a bolt-upright former naval officer who doesn’t make a habit of shooting his mouth off unnecessarily. He also has the unenviable job, common to RIBA bosses, of playing politics with the Architects ...

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