With the uncertainty as to the future of Britain in Europe, we have heard a lot about a cooling of the market in London in both the commercial and residential spheres. Developers have sought to assist investors by including "Brexit clauses" in contracts.

However the figures below suggest that the Brexit effect is more pronounced in London than in the regions, which seem to be enjoying a boost in deals and it appears that the smaller investor and the companies who are based solely in the UK are less affected than the heavyweights.

It is an interesting side-effect of the referendum, although maybe not a long-lasting one.