Architects getting inflation-busting pay hikes, says RIBA survey

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Practices working hard to retain staff in face of Brexit threat, report suggests

RIBA’s lastest Business Benchmarking Survey has painted a picture of booming turnover and rising salaries at UK practices.

But the institution warns that a good Brexit deal is vital to protect the profession’s global presence.

The 2018 instalment of the survey reports that the value of international work has increased by 3%, from £498m to £513m. The subset of international work that relates to the European Union outpaces that growth rate, rising by 9% from £108m to £118m.

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