Background

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, Build UK members have identified their main areas of concern for the industry:

  1. Secure project pipeline
  2. Future access to skills
  3. Impact on material and product imports and exports
  4. Uncertainty over changes to the regulatory regime.

Objective

To create a stronger construction industry post-Brexit.

Outcome

To engage with Government and stakeholders to outline the importance of UK construction and the need for policy which supports the industry through the UK’s exit from the EU.

Latest project updates

Letter to the Prime Minister

Build UK, alongside four other construction industry bodies, has re-written to the Prime Minister...

Brexit: Deal or No Deal?

On Thursday 11 April an agreement was reached between the UK and the European...

Deal or No Deal – Are you ready for Brexit?

Build UK’s latest Brexit guidance is available here. This guidance...

Shortage Occupations in Construction

Build UK contributed to a cross industry report looking at where the shortages of...

Creating a Stronger Construction Industry Post-Brexit

Build UK's position paper on creating a stronger construction industry post-Brexit.

Construction Industry Brexit Manifesto

Build UK is supporting the Construction Industry Brexit Manifesto, along with Association for Consultancy and...

How to get involved

To input to this project please contact info@BuildUK.org