According to The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 80% of international architects are from the EU. With a 42% drop in new EU architects registering since 2016 the architecture sector could face a severe talent gap. RIBA’s report Powered by People: Building a Post-Brexit Immigration System for UK Architecture calls for a drastic reform of the UK’s immigration system post-Brexit in order to support the UK’s architecture sector. Given the disproportionally high damage to the building sector including architecture, do you support RIBA and their call for changes in government’s post Brexit immigration proposals? How can you ensure that architects continue to come to London, despite the Governments anti-immigrant rhetoric?