Dublin is the top destination for post-Brexit movers

A new report finds 530 company relocations since Britain voted to leave the EU, with Ireland taking the lion’s share

15th March, 2020
Dublin is the top destination for post-Brexit movers
Knight Frank’s report suggests that the formalisation of Brexit and the tension surrounding the start of negotiations could result in an increased number of new movements

In its report Under Pressure 3, global real estate consultant Knight Frank analyses the consequences of Brexit on the European real estate market.

“Since the June 2016 referendum, 530 relocation or expansion projects have been recorded in Europe,” said John Ring, head of research at Knight Frank Ireland. “This number could have been even higher if the political uncertainty had not encouraged a wait-and-see attitude on the part of companies in 2019.”

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