Call for the revocation of the RIBA Honorary Fellowship awarded to Boris Johnson

Walter Menteth (Publisher)

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Abstract

174 signatories call upon the RIBA to revoke the Hon. Fellowship awarded to Boris Johnson in 2011, because as a representative of the profession his integrity and propriety does not meet the proscribed standards as a fit and proper person, on five counts. The five counts include acting unlawfully (on the determination of the Supreme Court); improperly stymying Parliament (on the determination of the Scottish Session Court); propriety & conflicts relating to the Thames Garden Bridge & payments to the director of Innotech; and comments construed as denigrating.
Original languageEnglish
TypeLetter
PublisherWalter Menteth Architects
Number of pages4
Place of PublicationLondon
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2019

Keywords

  • Garden Bridge
  • Supreme Court
  • RIBA
  • Scottish Session Court
  • Boris Johnson
  • Honorary Fellowship
  • Innotech
  • Ethics
  • standards
  • professionalism
  • architecture
  • planning
  • design

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