Richard Rogers confirms job losses at RSHP

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Architect says Brexit uncertainty stalling projects

Richard Rogers has confirmed that his practice has now axed around 10% of its staff, with the architect laying part of the blame on Brexit.

He spoke of his sadness and said it was only the second time the firm had laid off employees in such numbers.

In July Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners announced it had begun redundancy consultations with a number of staff because of economic uncertainty.

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