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RIBA policy note: Boosting the UK's architectural exports

The RIBA's recommendations to the government for boosting Britain's architectural exports after Britain leaves the European Union.
  • today 11 January 2021
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With one in five architects looking to expand internationally but most practices working only in the UK, a new approach to trade is vital if the UK wishes to harness the untapped export potential of leading global services like architecture.

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has made ten recommendations to government that will boost UK exports and deliver sustainable growth. These recommendations, drawing on feedback from RIBA members across the country, would create the right circumstances for small to medium sized practices to seek international opportunities and help many more architects take the first steps to international expansion.

This report was originally published in May 2018.

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