Despite the challenges of Brexit, and the unpredictable political and economic context, resilient architectural practices will adapt to change as they have done in the past. Prioritising business, people and innovation has put them in a strong position to improve their opportunities even through the uncertain times ahead. But practices are also looking for a Brexit deal and domestic policy that will enable their businesses to continue to thrive, secure continued access to diverse skills, and invest in innovation.
The research provided many examples of good practice and identified four common characteristics of resilient architectural practices:
- Diverse and inclusive
The lessons from this research will help ensure that all practices are well equipped to survive and thrive during the challenging time ahead. Download the research findings below.