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BREXIT FEARS PUTTING OVERSEAS FIRMS OFF UK COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!
Fears about Britain’s potential departure from the EU are putting off international firms from investing in UK offices and shops, and some are considering relocating in the event of a leave vote – with Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin likely to benefit. A report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) shows that there has been a steady easing in international demand for UK office, industrial and retail property since the referendum was confirmed last spring.