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UK architecture firms concerned over BREXIT

 

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Frank McGoldrick to lead Aedas’ operations in Europe

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WAN Urban Challenge Awards

EVENTS

26.05.2018 

Collateral event of 16th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia 

La Biennale di Venezia - Hong Kong Exhibition 6 May – 25 November, 2018 (Open to the p  ...read more

29.06.2018 

Immersive Technology in the Built Environment 

Immersive Technology in the Built Environment is a brand new conference looking at the app  ...read more

As the UK’s exit from the European Union approaches several UK-based architecture firms are expressing their concerns
As the European Union (Withdrawal Bill) was voted through the UK House of Commons on 20 June, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said; "Today has been an important step in delivering the Brexit people voted for, a Brexit that gives Britain a brighter future, a Britain in control of its money, laws and borders." However, the UK’s approaching exit from the EU has created uncertainty amongst many architecture firms based in the UK with several identifying it is a major concern, particularly when it comes to attracting and retaining staff from outside the UK. The UK’s largest practice, Foster + Partners, has said it would even consider relocating its London HQ if Brexit meant it could no longer attract the world’s best architects. The firm has been actively lobbying the UK government behind the scenes on Brexit ever since the UK population voted to leave the EU. Foster +

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