AGM 2022


Hertfordsshire Association of Architects

27th April 2022 6pm

University of Hertfordshire

School of Creative Arts

Architecture Studios room AB147

Or Zoom: https://herts-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/92050851233


This year, we are excited to welcome Paul Thomas of TAS Architects as our guest speaker and we are kindly being hosted by the architecture department at the University of Hertfordshire. There will be light refreshments provided.


After an unprecedented two years of lifestyle changes, it looks like we may be returning to some semblance of normality – exciting times ahead.


Elected Positions

You might consider nominating yourself for one of the two key committee roles to be filled, that of Chair and Treasurer.


Simon Knight, the current Chair, is stepping down after 3 years to focus on growing his practice in St Albans.

Julie Chadwick, Hon Treasurer for the last 4 years, is stepping down due to relocating out of the area.


Should either position appeal, do send an email to Simon (Secretary) to express your interest with a little background.

Committee Participation

The committee meets about every six weeks. If you would like details of future meetings, dates are posted on the HAA website.


During Covid, Zoom or Teams has provided the opportunity to reach a wider audience, and we will continue to offer both in-person and Zoom hosting to help broaden participation.


Did you know?

All RIBA members are automatically members of the HAA!

The HAA was formed in 1929 and will therefore be celebrating its centenary in 7 years time.

What do we do?

We organise lectures with a range of guest speakers (Jerry Tate, Chris Wilkinson, Je Ahn and Jamie Fobert to name just a few of our recent guests).


The HAA awards programme celebrates some of the best completed projects in the county across a diverse mix of sectors.


Our annual dinner provides us with a chance to socialise and network together at a different venue each year.


Building tours are arranged to give members a chance to experience award winning projects first hand.

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