This Breakfast Talk explores the trade deal between the EU and UK and what it means for architecture, engineering and construction
What does the 500-page trade deal between the EU and UK mean for the architecture, engineering and construction sectors? Over a month has passed since the UK was officially dislocated from the EU and there remains a severe lack of clarity over the long-term implications this divorce will have on the industry. The fears around winning work, loss of labour, and the availability of high quality, low carbon products are high and London’s attractiveness as a global city is at stake.
To better understand the implications on architecture, engineering and construction, we bring together experts to provide their insight – not just on the challenges we face, but where the opportunities lie for London and how we might harness new relationships to pave a positive future for the UK’s capital.
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