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Hawkins\Brown is biggest winner from London mayor’s framework table


Government contracts for architecture generally go to the same architects, giving the public the same answers. Most new developments lack character and a diverse sense of place. With over 90% of architects within the micro SME sector (1-10 employees), how is the government and the London Mayor addressing monopolisation by certain companies? We already know the shortcoming in diversifying the workforce within the real estate sector, particularly architecture. How are the government and London Mayor addressing this? The public purse deserves effective developments by professionals who represent a diverse community, especially London. As practitioners we submit countless surveys, a response from those who conduct these surveys would be greatly appreciated.

Posted date

12 June, 2019

Posted time

12:21 pm


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