Lawyers from a prominent High Wycombe-based law firm are to host a discussion later this month on what Brexit means for the commercial property market.
Members of the team at Reynolds Parry Jones LLP will host the discussion at the January meeting of the firm’s Commercial Property Club as businesses and individuals across the country wait to see how the UK’s withdrawal from the EU on 29 March will affect them.
As well as Brexit, various recent legal developments relating to the commercial property sector will also be on the agenda at the meeting, which starts at 9am on Thursday 31 January 2019 at High Wycombe Cricket Club.
Graham King, Senior Partner at Reynolds Parry Jones LLP, said: “Trust and confidence in what the future holds is crucial to any investment and particularly so when it comes to commercial property, so it is no surprise that Brexit is looming large over the sector.
“The next meeting of our Commercial Property Club will be a great opportunity for people working in the sector in any capacity to discuss what Brexit will mean for the market both locally and further afield, hopefully enabling them to clarify their thinking.
“I would urge anyone involved in the sector to sign up for the meeting today.”
First visits to the Commercial Property Club are complimentary and anyone wishing to attend can book their place by visiting: https://www.rpj.uk.com/events/.