Architectural services ‘recession’ coming to an end in Britain

According to the latest RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architecture) Future Trends Survey, British architects are experiencing the first annual increase in activity since 2008.

The most recent Future Trends survey indicates that the number of projects in progress is growing for the first time since the economic crash in 2008.

Adrian Dobson, RIBA Director of Practice states that “all indications strongly suggest that this extremely challenging and lengthy recession in the market for architectural services is finally coming to an end,” .

This good news from RIBA comes after a recent report by Arch-Vision stated that UK Architects are seeing their busiest period since 2008. Almost 60% of firms said their order books increased during Q3 2013.

Some promising news for the UK!

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(Source: Dezeen)

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