Hope as key public projects accelerate

Bringing forward BSF projects such as Leeds’ new Rodillian high school, by the Mentor consortium, could be a lifeline for struggling UK architects.

Architects have welcomed government plans to bring forward billions of pounds of public projects to stimulate the country’s faltering economy amid a further wave of redundancies in the profession.

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