Architects in north and Midlands ‘more upbeat’ about workloads

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Brexit malaise fuels slowdown in London and the south, according to RIBA’s latest Future Trends survey

Architects in the north of England and the Midlands are expecting workloads to keep piling up over the next three months but those further south see business falling away.

The latest RIBA Future Trends survey showed that practices in the Midlands and East Anglia returned a balance of +20 – representing the difference between those who think work will increase and those who think it will decrease.

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