I would love to better understand what peoples views and hardened take outs have been a month on from the referendum.
As the below illustrates, Taylor Wimpey, through CEO Peter Redfern, has seen little if any deflation in sales post Brexit. The same had been purported by fellow housing developers as soon as the news broke.
Conversely, fit-out companies, commercial developers, civil engineers and associated building material manufacturers have widely reported on boom and gloom since we said cheerio to our central European neighbors.
The big question would seem to remain, does anyone truly (or partially) know what is going to happen in the coming months or is it hearsay and scaremongery.
Taylor Wimpey has reported business as normal in the wake of the Brexit vote. The housing giant has been carefully analysing trading since the referendum decision on June 24. Chief Executive Peter Redfern said: “One month on from the EU Referendum, current trading remains in line with normal seasonal patterns. “Customer interest continues to be high, with a good level of visitors both to our developments and to our website. “We are monitoring customer confidence closely across a number of metrics, including appointment bookings, and these continue to be solid.