real estate insight 13 Oct 2020

2020: Brexit and Covid-19 - a real estate review

Much has been written on the impact of Brexit on almost every corner of the UK economy since the referendum result was first announced in June 2016.  The relative legal and regulatory calm brought about by the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020 - having the effect of preserving much of the status quo until the end of the implementation period (which comes to an end on 31 December 2020) - has meant many market participants have spent the intervening period "planning for the worst and hoping for the best" while closely following the unfolding negotiations in Brussels.  

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