RIBA urges politicians to sort out Brexit 'omnishambles' – as EU clients warn off UK architects

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‘Ojeu notices already giving clear indications that British practices won’t be considered’

RIBA’s president and chief executive both issued stark warnings today over the damage Brexit chaos is wreaking on the profession.

On the day the UK was originally due to leave the EU, Ben Derbyshire said there were already signs European clients were trying to steer clear of British architects.

He pointed to an Ojeu notice – albeit from an EU institution – that warned British candidates they might be rejected from the procurement procedure.

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