Brexit to hit Trinity Leeds and White Rose

'‹Land Securities, the owner of the Trinity Leeds and White Rose shopping centres, said if the UK decides to exit the European Union, it would h'‹i'‹t occupier demand and could reduce commitment to new construction.

Wednesday, 18th May 2016, 7:27 am
Updated Wednesday, 18th May 2016, 8:31 am

​The group’s c​hief executive Robert Noel ​​painted a bleak picture of what the UK leaving the EU may mean for the property industry.

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“We believe a vote to leave the EU would lead to business uncertainty while negotiations take place on an exit treaty,” he said.

Land Securities ​recently ​​said it ​has broken ground on the 65,000 sq ft extension at White​ ​Rose Shopping Centre in ​south Leeds.