London architects are UK's most downbeat, says RIBA

RIBA's 66 Portland Place headquarters

Regional practices more optimistic as overall picture improves

Architects in London remained the most pessimistic in the UK last month, according to the latest RIBA Future Trends Workload Index, with jitters continuing around Brexit and the general outlook for the UK economy.

But despite being downbeat, designers in the capital reported medium-term workloads had improved to a score of -1, the best mark for some time, RIBA said.

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