Architects ‘are grappling with persistent challenges’ as confidence falls further – RIBA
Private residential is the most pessimistic design sector about future workload prospects.
The percentage of British architecture practices expecting their workloads to decrease in the coming months has fallen to 11% - down from 84% a year ago.
"There are looming challenges," warns RIBA's research chief, "but overall architects are optimistic about the months ahead."
"Shortages of materials, tradespeople, contractors and architects – for those seeking to recruit – are putting significant pressures and delays to the delivery of projects," says the RIBA. "This is
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