Michael Sears, of Sealeys Walker Jarvis in Gravesend, recalls a major ladies’ clothes retailer set for expansion into 52 more stores in the UK, this was before Brexit saw big brands massively scaling back expansion plans.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has today (6 February 2020) announced that there have been more than 3 million applications to the EU Settlement Scheme less than a year after it was launched.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued guidance on the Brexit transition period until 31 December 2020, while negotiations with the EU take place about the future relationship.
As we get closer to 31 October, the date when the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, letting agents need to know what compliance with Right to Rent checks on EU, EEA and Swiss nationals will look like.
Media speculation around Brexit yesterday focused on Freedom of Movement and Immigration once again, as reports emerged that Home Secretary Rt Hon Priti Patel MP, plans to abandon the Government’s existing commitment to Right to Rent procedures abruptly on 1st November.
Martin Roberts, Homes Under the Hammer presenter says the amount of auction lots is decreasing thanks to Brexit, making his job harder.
A report has found that, despite the uncertainty surrounding Britain's future within the EU, the auction market is thriving, with property transactions spiking in recent months.
Auction houses across the UK are challenging the notion that Brexit spells bad news for businesses by posting record figures for 2018.
In this issue we take a look at what Brexit will mean for estate agents and assess their fears and concerns for the future. Elsewhere, we put home security under the spotlight, looking at what security is out there now and what the future holds
Before the EU referendum vote on 23 June 2016, we commissioned Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) to look at what a ‘Brexit’ or a ‘Bremain’ result would have on the UK property market.