Feilden Clegg Bradley's profit stays flat

Southbank Centre - Hayward Gallery - Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Architect says Brexit continues to dog profession

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Architects’ latest account show profit remained flat last year.

The architect said pre-tax profit was £2.2m in the year to March with turnover up 6% to £18.3m.

The Stirling Prize-winning practice, which was behind the new Birmingham Conservatoire and revamps of the Hayward Gallery and Queen Elizabeth Hall and a theatre at Alexandra Palace, both in London, said it was “pleased” with the results “particularly with the uncertainty the effects of the European referendum are still having within the wider architectural profession”.

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