Feilden Clegg Bradley says Brexit continues to dog profession

Alexandra Palace theatre restoration

The architect behind the new Birmingham Conservatoire (pictured) saw profit remain flat last year.

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, which is also behind a £27m revamp of a Victorian theatre at Alexandra Palace in north London, said pre-tax profit was £2.2m in the year to March with turnover up 6% to £18.3m.

The firm said it was “pleased” with the results “particularly with the uncertainty the effects of the European referendum are still having within the wider architectural profession”.