Join Old Mill and local professional experts as we explore the opportunities that Brexit could bring to the property and development industry.
The ongoing political situation around Brexit continues to cause property market jitters here in the South West but there are also positives that will emerge from all of this uncertainty.
Looking ahead, there is the potential for development land becoming un-expectantly available and opportunities using the new Structures & Building Allowance.
Join us as leading local property experts take a pragmatic look at what strategies property businesses and investors should be thinking about, to mitigate their risks as well as focusing on the opportunities that will inevitably emerge as the impact of Brexit plays out.
You will also have the opportunity to ask us your questions and tailor the evening. Simply fill in the ‘Ask your question’ section when you book online.
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