Engineering, architecture and design firms questioned on future UK-EU relationship
22 June 2020
The EU Services Sub-Committee hears evidence from engineering, design and architectural firms on their priorities for the future UK-EU relationship after the transition period.
- Parliament TV: the future UK-EU relationship on professional and business services
- Inquiry: the future UK-EU relationship on professional and business services
- EU Services Sub-Committee
Thursday 25 June at 10.00am
- Martin Darbyshire, Chief Executive Officer, tangerine London
- Andrew Forth, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
- Mark Naysmith, UK Chief Executive Officer, WSP
- Benedict Zucchi, Principal, Building Design Partnership (BDP)
- How important are EU markets for your companies, and companies and professionals in your sectors?
- What barriers might your companies, and others in your sectors, face when seeking to operate in the EU after the transition period?
- What engagement have you had with the Government on negotiations on the future UK-EU relationship? Are you satisfied that the Government has taken all of your key priorities on board?
- How does the recognition of professional qualifications benefit UK architects and engineers? What are your views on the Government's and EU's proposals on this?
- What arrangements would you like the Government and the EU to agree on public procurement as part of a UK-EU deal?