The downturn in the property market means architect businesses have seen a fall in income from new build projects which has also hit profits. We assist architects in reviewing their business cost structure to remove all unnecessary expenditure, and to amend future business plans.
Some architects find that the design stage of a project can tie up a huge amount of working capital in terms of unbilled time, especially if planning permission is delayed. Taking longer to send out bills, in addition to already difficult trading conditions has had an often devastating effect on cashflow. Our team works closely with clients to understand their individual cashflow and advise on financing any deficits.
For a no obligation discussion please contact Karen Hain on 01772 821021.
- The Law Society - the regulatory and representative body for 116,000 solicitors in England & Wales
- The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) - the RIBA has over 30,000 members and is one of the most influential architectural institutions in the world
- The National Association of Estate Agents - the regulatory body for estate agent
- The Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) - Information on ARLA and its bonding scheme for landlords and tenants
- The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) - A professional body designed to promote quality standards to lettings and management agents
- The Bar Council - which represents Barristers in England and Wales
- The Solicitors Regulation Authority - regulates solicitors in England and Wales
- The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors - professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property and construction