Architecture salary guide for London and the UK. Most people find it difficult to judge the level of salary they deserve for the specific skills, ability and experience they bring to any particular job role. However, good information about relative remuneration levels across the industry can give both employers and their staff confidence that the salary levels offered are fair and appropriate.

If you would like to discuss your salary please feel free to contact HAUS with questions in how to get a raise. How to give teams the correct bonus structure and keep staff in your company. The salaries should be fair for all and we hope this keeps the industry informed.  This information is updated periodically and is benchmarked against the market.

The average salary for an Architect is £40,000, consistent with last year. Salaries estimates based on 490 salaries submitted anonymously.

Architecture Low Medium High
Graduate Part I Architectural Assistant £19,250 £21,500 £24,000
Graduate Part II Architectural Assistant £25,000 £28,000 £30,500
Part II Architectural Assistant with 1-5 years experience £27,000 £31,000 £34,000+
Recently Qualified Architect (ARB) £31,500 £34,000 £37,250
Architect (ARB) with 1-5 years experience £31,500 £43,000 £46,000
Project Architect £36,000 £42,000 £45,000
Senior Architect £40,000 £49,000 £53,000+

Architectural Technicians Low Medium High
Architectural Technicians with 1 to 5 years experience £23,000 £31,000 £39,000
Senior Technician with 6-10 years experience £35,000 £46,000 £50,000+
Architectural Technologist with 1-5 years experience £23,000 £31,000 £39,000
Senior Technologist with 6-10 years experience £36,000 £46,000 £55,000+

Senior Positions in Architecture Low Medium High
Associate £41,000 £51,000 £61,000
Associate Director £51,000 £61,000 £76,000
Director £61,000 £76,000 £96,000+
Director with Equity / Partner £91,000 £106,000 £120,000

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