In the Media: Brexit risks to the economy are too great, says Andy Williams
Brexit would have a "stark" effect on the commercial property
sector which could threaten the UK's economy, according to the
partner of a Chester-based surveying practice.
Andy Williams, founding partner of Powell Williams, is calling
for Britain to remain a member of the European Union when the
referendum takes place on 23 June.
Speaking in the new issue of Move Commercial he says: "I think
we have to stay, the risks to the UK economy are too great."
The expert adds: "The effect on the commercial property sector
would be stark. Buildings are only worth the value they create, so
businesses moving away or downsizing creates voids, rents drop and
value is wiped off the balance sheet of UK plc which could see a
slow deterioration in the economy and the same negative effect we
saw on property that we're just recovering from."
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