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Economics Panel 2024: How to find the sweet spot in a recovering economy

Friday 31 May

The RIBA Economics Panel has been monitoring the architects’ market for over a decade, bringing together experts to share their experience and understanding, helping members to navigate the sector’s ups and downs.

Chaired by Helen CastleRIBA Director of Publishing, the RIBA Economics Panel will feature presentations from Allan WilenEconomics Director at Glenigan and Adrian MallesonHead of Economic Research at RIBA.

Presentations will be followed by discussion among members, giving a first-hand view of the opportunities ahead and tips on how to make the most of them.


  • Tim BaileyHead of Practice, Xsite architecture
  • Liz KingArchitect, LKA

Together their presentations will explore current and future economic trends in construction and architecture – including forecasts, sector performance, and potential growth areas.

This RIBAJ event is sponsored by Milient



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