Brexit survey set up by building services engineering sector
Building services engineering organisations have initiated a survey to discover the early Brexit implications
A number of organisations involved in the building services engineering industry have joined up to launch a new survey to find out the potential early effects the Brexit might have had on the sector.
The survey is the brainchild of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), and the Scottish electrical trade association, SELECT.
The aim is to ask companies involved in the building services engineering industry if they have experienced any setbacks as a result of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Businesses involved in manufacturing, supplying and installing heating, ventilation and air conditioning units and systems will be asked to take part in the survey.
Trade bodies for the building services engineering sector believe that the Brexit has cast a shadow of doubt over the burgeoning industry success and that it is now vital for those involved in the sector to put their heads together and figure out the best way of going forward.
The survey addresses potential impacts of the Brexit and key issues that need to be discussed, including when exactly the UK Government will initiate Article 50 and the process of exit negotiations.
The director of commercial and legal at BESA, Rob Driscoll, said that the Brexit vote had “created business uncertainty and knocked confidence” but he sensibly added that a certain amount of “scaremongering” had taken place and that the UK was “in danger of talking itself into a recession”.
Now the survey will help the BSE sector to collate “good quality, accurate market intelligence” in order “to identify [the] strong preferences or even red lines” of the industry as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
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