The immediate aftermath of the referendum was a painful affair, no matter on which side of the EU fence your spirit lay. The Brexit vote instigated one of the swiftest and most seismic shake-ups in Whitehall that the UK has ever seen. The pound plummeted to a 31-year low and economic, business and political analysts grappled with conflicting predictions of what we might be able to expect from this brave new world beyond the EU. But there was only so long this level of hysteria could continue – and , pragmatism is the dish of the day.
The Brexit vote has damaged the six biggest regional cities more than the rest of the UK
The regions should expect tough times next year as the country faces up to new challenges
Foreign investment is one of the key drivers of growth in the office market
Could local economies turn out to be an even better bet for investors following the EU vote?
Will the planned high-speed rail network create some new property hotspots?
The final go-ahead for Hinkley Point C confirms the South West as the country’s nuclear HQ
Devolution has helped the regions increase their overseas investment faster than London
The creative workspace concept that could help preserve the iconic red telephone box
Can the university town solve its shortage of space for technology companies?