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Brexit: Latest analysis

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As events unfold following the UK’s Leave vote, keep up with regular Brexit coverage from the RIBAJ and RIBA here. Click on the image to read the story

Retail isn’t ready to shut up shop yet

10 October 2016

There might not be much call for new shops to be built nowadays but there are still opportunities for architects in the sector.


Dark clouds are gathering

3 October 2016

Arup’s threat to cut 100 jobs post Brexit spells trouble for architects

News that Arup might cut 100 jobs because of Brexit will inevitably have many construction professionals wondering just how secure their jobs might be.


Time to settle our overseas relationships

12 August 2016

With exports doubling in the last 10 years, can the profession maintain its strong international position post Brexit?


What did the EU do for Wales?

20 September 2016
Brexit closes off a big source of regeneration funding
So Wales must bid hwyl fawr – that’s goodbye – to the European Union. The UK electorate’s vote to leave the EU means that the present round of EU structural funding for regeneration will be its last.

A step closer to the answers

20 July 2016

Yesterday’s breakfast panel debate on Brexit and the construction industry found reasons for optimism, but many in the audience were still reeling from the referendum result. Michael Willoughby reports breakfast panel debate on Brexit and the construction industry found reasons for optimism, but many in the audience were still reeling from the referendum result. Michael Willoughby reports


Brexit Briefing

The RIBA's reaction and summary of the key implications and actions following the Brexit vote is available here


Brexit: the profession’s verdict

19 July 2016

What will be the effect on construction of the decision to leave Europe? Architects have some strongly-held expectations


Uncertain times

14 July 2016

Industry wobbles are inevitable until we know what Brexit means, but there are potential positives for Britain


Recession or just disruption?

12 July 2016

Amid chaotic political leadership and wildly conflicting assertions of where Brexit leaves us, the industry is wise to wait and see


Just how valuable is architecture to UK plc?

7 July 2016

UK architects are in demand overseas, and increasingly so, but the fallout from Brexit introduces many uncertainties


Can we blame #Brexit?

17 June 2016

A bit of digging reveals than Brexit fears aren’t the only factor that could be affecting construction output




  • West London, London
  • £49000 - £60000 per annum

Senior Architect

  • West London, London
  • £55000 - £65000 per annum

Technician/technologist, Ipswich

  • Ipswich, Suffolk
  • Dependent on experience

Senior Architect, Ipswich

  • Ipswich, Suffolk
  • Dependent on experience

Architectural technologist, York

  • The Granary, Lingcroft Farm, Fulford, York, North Yorkshire
  • Salary band: 25-32k depending on experience

Urban Designer

  • Central London SE1
  • £33,956 per annum/£40,291 per annum


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Rasmus Hjortshøj, Fondazione Prada, Milan, 2018

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