Architect’s Journal says the vast majority of architects can’t bid for public work and that something has to change. It states the UK’s public procurement system effectively excludes small practices and call on government to fix the problem. “Turnover thresholds and professional indemnity (PI) insurance requirements are set so high that they currently exclude 70 per cent to 90 per cent of all architecture practices working in the UK. Something needs to be done to reframe the culture of procurement in this country to better engage with small practices.” Read more here.

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