Brexit no deal would be a 'huge burden' on industry, says RIBA

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Insitute's boss says it would cause "a significant additional cost in time and money"

The RIBA has expressed increasing concern about the damage a Brexit 'no deal' would do to the sector following the latest guidance from the government. 

Yesterday the government published 30 technical notices detailing how different sectors of the country would be impacted if the UK and EU failed to reach an agreement on the terms of Brexit.

Alan Vallance, RIBA chief executive, agreed that a failure to reach an agreement would be highly damaging to the sector.


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