Holyrood hokum proves the best things in life aren't free
Construction costs pervade everyone's thinking long before projects take architectural form; budgets are often in place before the design team. This can be entirely reasonable - we would otherwise waste time on the most vague of opportunities. What is unreasonable is when budgets are in place before the brief.
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