What Will Your Temporary Housing Policy Look Like in a Post-Brexit World?
Posted by: Fiona Redford, Director, Supply Chain Management
Is your organisation ready for 29 March 2019, the day the UK formally leaves the European Union (EU)? As both sides negotiate terms, many organisations are working out what their relocation programmes will look like in a post-Brexit world.
For those companies considering relocations out of the UK and into Europe, temporary housing is one of the biggest challenges they will face. Even before the UK referendum, tenant demand far outweighed supply in major European cities like Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt, and Paris. Now the pressure of Brexit-influenced moves into these overcrowded rental markets has made them even more so.
Please Take Our Short Pulse Survey to Share Your Insights
Please take our pulse survey, open today through 12 December, to share how you are approaching your temporary housing policy in the lead up to Brexit. We want to know what support you’re providing to your international assignees and the challenges you’re encountering when sourcing temporary accommodation across Europe. Are there any European locations that you’re finding particularly challenging when it comes to sourcing temporary accommodation? Perhaps you’re planning to update your temporary housing policy in light of Brexit?
The findings of this pulse survey will be presented during a Brexit webinar that Cartus will be hosting in early 2019 focusing on the topic of temporary housing. Your feedback is important and all qualified participants will receive a free copy of the survey results.
We thank you in advance for participating in this pulse survey! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. For the findings of Cartus’ recent research surveys, check out the Research area in our Resource Hub on Cartus.com.