RIBA members are feeling positive about the future.

RIBA is ‘positive about future work'

Published:  20 April, 2012

LONDON: The Royal Institute of British Architects' (RIBA) Future Trends Survey for March 2012 has revealed that its practices are increasingly positive about their future workloads. 

The majority of UK regions returned positive workload forecast figures last month. The two exceptions were the North of England and Northern Ireland.

Private housing continues to be the best performing sector, with London, the South of England, the Midlands and East Anglia doing particularly well. 

RIBA director of practice, Adrian Dobson said: "We are cautiously hopeful in reporting that for a third consecutive month, the RIBA Future Trends Workload Index has continued its upward path."

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