RIBA wants ministers to help architects expand overseas

Ben Derbyshire

Institute says new government approach to post-Brexit trade support is vital

RIBA wants ministers to do more to boost architect firms’ export potential following the UK’s departure from the EU next March.

With one in five architects looking to expand internationally – but with most practices working only in the UK – RIBA said a new approach to trade was vital if the UK wished to “harness the untapped export potential of leading global services like architecture”.

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