Our Stories

As the breadwinner in a single income family, the economic pressure of the last three to four years was extremely stressful for me. Though I remained employed as a Chartered Landscape...

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Ashley is a qualified Architect who approached the Society in October 2011 as a last resort. He had been working as an Architect until 2009 when he contracted a neurological disease...

Theo's architect father died not long after his seventeenth birthday after almost eighteen months in a coma following a massive stroke. The strain of spending every day at his hospital...

Practising architecture is difficult at the best of times, but if you are self-employed and things go wrong it can quickly become a nightmare. The ABS cannot help with practice debts,...

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