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The Matthew / Skillington Report

In December 1972 the Secretary of State for the Environment asked Sir Robert Matthew, Past-President of the RIBA and Mr. Patrick Skillington of DOE to study and report upon a possible means of promoting high standards of design in government building. Their far-reaching two-part report was completed in July 1974 and the Institution, together with other professional societies in the construction industry, was invited to comment.