What Does the Brexit Deal Mean for UK Real Estate
Our new report looks at the detail of the actual deal, and early evidence from its implementation, across trade in goods and services, and labour and capital markets.
UK Real Estate and the Brexit Endgame
As the Brexit endgame approaches, our latest report looks at what happens next, and what the transition to life outside the EU means for UK real estate.
UK Real Estate Market Outlook 2019
The CBRE United Kingdom Real Estate Market Outlook 2019 provides insight on the key trends our experts think will affect the UK property industry over the next 12 months.
Brexit and Northern Ireland - A Guide for Real Estate Decision Makers
It’s now two years since the EU referendum, and Brexit negotiations have moved on to the question of the UK’s future relationship with Europe. The issue of the land border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has now become pivotal in the debate. In this further update of its advice to clients on Brexit, CBRE looks specifically at the Brexit issues facing Northern Ireland from the perspective of a real estate advisor.
Brexit - A Guide For Real Estate Decision Makers
To mark the first anniversary of the service of the UK's Article 50 notice and with less than a year to go before the UK formally leaves the EU, CBRE has updated its advice to clients on Brexit. In this new report, we reveal the latest views of over 100 major occupiers, look at prospects for the negotiations still to come, and give our take on what it all means for real estate.
Where next for the UK and Brexit?
The post mortem on the UK’s General Election is now well underway. In the latest global ViewPoint, CBRE’s Global Head of Research and Global Chief Economist consider the implications of the UK election result and its impact on Brexit negotiations, real estate markets and the economy.
This report looks at what might happen now that the UK has voted to leave the EU. It discusses the likely timetable for Brexit, the possible impact on the UK economy and what alternative trade structures might be available for the UK to join.
The Long Goodbye
In voting to leave the EU, the UK has made probably its most profound economic and political decision in 60 years. But what happens next, and what does it all mean for real estate?