A year after it was named the best architecture in the world, the UK has become the most desirable place to live in the developed world.
It was the result of the UK’s economic recovery, as well as the Brexit vote, according to the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The UK was ranked fourth in the country for the best places to live by the firm, which has been a fixture in the UK for more than 80 years.
Its success is thanks to a mix of factors, including a strong economy, an expanding middle class and a vibrant housing market, which made it a natural candidate for the title of best place to build a house.
“It is very easy to make a good living in the modern world, but the real trick is to find a way to make that work in a world that is changing fast,” said David Anderson, the RIBBA’s vice-president of architecture.
The building industry, which includes a major player in the building trades, has been hit hard by Brexit, with job losses expected in the construction sector of more than 30,000 in the first three months of 2019, according the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
The RIBRA’s survey also showed that home building has fallen in popularity in other parts of the country, such as in the east and Midlands.
In Scotland, the number of new homes constructed last year was down by 3.5% compared to the previous year, and in England the number fell by 9%.
“The housing market is not working as it should.
People don’t have the money, and they are frustrated,” said Chris Hulbert, director of the London-based estate agency, Oasis of London.
“People are not willing to pay top dollar for homes, so they want something else.”
The UK is also home to a strong manufacturing sector, and the country has seen a rise in house prices.
But with an ageing population and rising household debt, the country’s housing stock is struggling to absorb a surge in demand.
The rise in demand has driven up prices, and some of the new homes being built are on higher-end properties, making it more difficult for older households to buy.
According to a report released by the RIAA, a national research body, house prices in the US have increased by 2.6% since 2012, and London is on pace to surpass its peak in 2016.
According the RBA, the median home price in the London area has risen from £831,000 to £1.3 million.
That is still well short of the US median, but still far more than the average price of £1 million in the entire country, which is around £3.8 million.
It is a trend that is unlikely to stop any time soon.
In 2020, the average house price in London is set to reach a record £1,600,000, and that is expected to reach £2.2 million by 2023, according TOO.
The average price in Greater London has been rising by around 4.6%.