Little over three months remain until Article 50 meets its deadline. Yet with Parliament in consistent dispute over the finalities of the UK leaving the EU, businesses up and down the country have been waiting anxiously for clarity over the UK’s future trade deal and immigration policies. The months leading up this pivotal moment have seen many recruiters fearful over their already shrinking talent pools. Architects have been at the forefront of this concern since a ‘no deal’ Brexit would mean the mutual recognition of qualifications across the Channel would no longer apply. Many firms have been encouraging staff to register with the Architects Registration Board in a bid to curb the 60% of working EU architects that claimed they have considered leaving the UK. . .
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