Brexit vote has hit London practices hardest, AJ survey reveals

Early findings from the AJ’s 2017 Life in practice survey also show that larger practices have suffered more in terms of decreasing workloads, falling staff numbers and fewer inquiries compared with smaller outfits in the wake of last year’s referendum.    

Nearly 60 per cent of architects based in the capital said that they had seen projects go on hold, with a quarter saying they had seen staff numbers decrease since the Brexit vote last June.