There are loads of articles out there on the construction industries view point on the 23rd June referendum so I will keep this brief.
Over a coffee, the below offers an interesting perspective on sub groups within the industry. The stand out figure for me is the tier two contractor views on which way to vote.
The promise of new opportunities, the housing crisis, international trade and the skills shortage all came into question as panellists at the latest UK Construction Week EU Referendum advisory panel, in partnership with World Architecture News, debated the pros and cons of leaving the EU. Taking place at Grimshaw Architects’ head office on 26 May and hosted by Brian Kilkelly, Development Lead of Climate KIC and Founder of World Cities Network, the event was framed by the findings of UK Construction Week’s EU Referendum survey, which received over 3,000 respondents – representing the most comprehensive canvas of opinion within the sector on the EU vote, due to take place on 23 June 2016. The headline result of the survey revealed that 57 per cent of construction professionals want to remain in the EU, while 43 per cent wish to leave.