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New immigration proposals ‘would be disaster’ for profession, says RIBA


Architectfmeo : According to the RIBA benchmarking in 2016 - not all architects work on housing (55% of total sector revenue from housing, mainly extension) - The UK punches above its weight by exporting lots of design services outside the country (approx 20% of the total UK revenue from the architectural sector). So even if the amount of work in the UK reduces after Brexit, some firms will likely seek to get more revenue from oversea work (Global Britain remember). That's one of the reason the UK architectural sector will need to keep attracting overseas staff (language, local knowledge, local qualifications, etc.)

Posted date

20 December, 2018

Posted time

10:51 am