Post-Brexit: Helping you understand what the leave decision means
On Friday 24th of June the architectural profession were left disappointed and shocked with the news that the UK has voted to leave the European Union. According to recent polls run by the AJ, around 80 per cent of architects wanted the nation to remain in the union.
Whichever side of the debate you were on, the Architects’ Journal (AJ) is now more important than ever.
As you enter this period of uncertainty and try to absorb what the leave decision means, the AJ will be your go-to because it’s the only trusted independent source of expert opinion on design-led architecture. We represent the facts, embrace a variety of viewpoints and seek to help you understand the implications and issues that will affect the built environment in the coming weeks and years.
We’ve run numerous stories since the referendum result. We’ve been considering the bigger picture from the housing crisis to architectural education, the impact it’s having on different size practices, what it means for different regions, what markets are going to be accessible, RIBA’s role and so much more…
Brexit articles on theaj.co.uk include:
• Architects must not be passive amid the post-Brexit chaos
• Uncertainty is the only certainty, in or out of the EU
• What will Brexit mean for architects seeking work in Europe?
• Reasons to be positive after Brexit nightmare
• Weaker pound could help Northern Ireland architects win work in republic
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