Most public work ‘to go to firms with 250+ staff’

Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, designed by BDP, was built under a PFI scheme.

The government has revealed that it would like to see 75% of public sector work going to just a handful of the UK’s largest architecture firms.

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