Brexit is already having a negative impact on the British architecture sector with a growing number of projects being slowed down and even cancelled.
60,541 construction businesses experienced ‘significant’ financial distress at the end of March 2018, up 33% compared with when Article 50 was triggered
“Brexit is casting a shadow of uncertainty over … materials costs and the ability to retain skilled labour.
More than 20% of manufacturers plan cuts while more than 58% plan price increases to offset costs of leaving EU.
The Migration Advisory Committee said businesses like Aston Martin were concerned about their ability to recruit workers from the EU after Britain leaves the …
The flow of immigrants, who make up almost a fifth of laborers in the housing industry, is slowing in the run-up to Brexit
Eastern European workers said to have stopped taking positions on UK building sites
The proposal was “directly linked” to delays or cancellations of UK building projects in the wake of the referendum.
“Without skilled labour from the EU, the skills shortages we face would be considerably worse, and it is not in anyone’s best interest to …
The UK construction industry is asking its highly valued EU workers, who might be travelling home for Christmas, to please come back after the …