The RIBA Domestic Building Contract provides a simple and clearly laid out contract between a customer (client) and a contractor. It is suitable for all types of non-commercial work, such as work carried out on the customer’s own home including renovations, extensions, maintenance and new buildings.
The RIBA Concise Building Contract provides a simple yet fully comprehensive contract between an employer (the person or organisation that wants the construction project) and a contractor. It is suitable for all types of simple commercial building work. It is not suitable for non-commercial and domestic projects.
Introducing RIBA Building Contracts
- Clear and effective - Designed specifically to be simple, comprehensive and effective
- Choose from online and print - Available in both digital and print formats, the new RIBA Building Contracts are our most accessible
- Created for you - For architects, contractors, consultants, commercial businesses and clients
- Create your contract online - Alter, manage and view your contracts online before printing the final contract. Powered by NBS the construction knowledge specialists
- Written in plain English that is simple to understand
Key benefits of the NBS contract tool
Quick and simple to complete
Simply select and complete only the parts of the contract you need, using pre-populated fields.
View all your contracts in one secure location
Through the NBS contract tool you can save all your contracts in one secure online location, which can be accessed wherever you are.
Built-in specialist guidance is available at your fingertips, helping you successfully fill in your contracts.
Share across the team
Quickly product draft contracts for circulation before creating a final pdf to print unlimited copies.
Simple to edit
Return to and amend your contracts as often as you wish before finalising.
Explore RIBA Contracts in more detail
Create a contract online from £26.67 + VAT
Buy a paper contract from £16.67 + VAT
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