No deal reached on mutual recognition of architects’ qualificationsJanuary 2021
The UK and EU failed to reach a deal on the mutual recognition of architects’ qualifications in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. The UK has put in place an interim solution that will maintain a system of recognition for architects with European Economic Area qualifications, but this does not assist UK architects working in the EU, who will no longer benefit from automatic mutual recognition.
In this article, James Hutchinson explains the implications for EU architects working in the UK and UK architects working in the EU. To download the full article, please click on the link below.Download PDF