View the full results from over 2,000 readers who took part in our survey to find out the Brexit deal construction needs
Rank the following in order of how important they are to you in the UK’s final Brexit deal.
Do you think that the construction sector should seek a similar assurance to that given by ministers to the agriculture sector, that the government will work with the sector to ensure it has the “right people with the right skills” post Brexit?
Do you believe that construction workers should be allowed freedom of movement across Europe under the terms of the final Brexit deal (rather than only for a transitional period) in order to meet skills needs?
Which categories of workers should be
allowed freedom of movement in a final
Do you think that the UK should be a
member of the EU customs union?
Are there specific regulations affecting
construction in the UK you believe should
be simplified under Brexit?
Do you think that health and safety
regulation, which is currently based on EU
directives, should be changed?
Does there need to be a clearer plan for
tackling skills shortages in the UK
construction sector before any visa
restrictions are brought in for construction
Which types of construction worker
should have transitional arrangements,
meaning they would not immediately be
subject to visa restrictions?
If the UK were to have a “hard Brexit”,
with removal of all freedom of movement of
labour, how long would be a sensible period
for transitional labour arrangements for
What proportion of your business’
current workforce (including direct
employees, contract workers and labour
only subcontractors) do you estimate are
nationals of other EU countries (not
including those from the UK)?
How important would the following be
to supporting your business in a period of