Architects' confidence falls for first time this year

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Brexit means London remains gloomiest part of country

Architects’ confidence has dropped for the first time this year, with Brexit nerves being blamed for the particularly pessimistic picture in London.

The RIBA’s Future Trends workload index fell to +6 in March, down from +17 in February.

The data, the most recent available, found London architects and small firms were the least confident.

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