RSHP could make 10% of staff redundant

RSHP Leadenhall Building

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Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners has confirmed it has begun redundancy consultations with a number of staff because economic uncertainty has delayed “numerous” UK projects.

Around 10% of the workforce is affected, with the practice confirming the figure was “less than 20” staff.

The practice blamed the “current uncertain climate” as well as the fact that a number of large projects were reaching completion.

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