Brexit - advice for your business

This page offers advice and resources to businesses following the UK’s decision to leave the EU. If a withdrawal agreement is approved by Parliament, a transition period will run from 22 May to 31st December 2020.

However, if an agreement cannot be reached and no further extension is negotiated, the UK will leave the EU on 12 April without a deal. Businesses are therefore encouraged to prepare for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

 

Bespoke advice for your business

Government has produced a seven-point business tool to help find the exact guidance documents relevant to your business, based on factors including size, activity, industry sector.

 

 

Preparing your business for a 'no-deal' Brexit

Businesses are encouraged to prepare for a 'no deal' Brexit. The LEP is providing support for businesses and Government has set out information to assist businesses preparing for a no deal through:

Sectoral updates

Government has published the following guidance for sectors

UK Border update: 14 February 2019

Government is producing regular newsletters with the latest EU Exit information relating to UK borders, including explainer videos, guidance on imports and exports, food labeling, pesticides and a range of other topics. Read the newsletter here.

Government Department updates

 

Guidance from business intermediaries

We're gathering evidence to help support business

We are keen to hear from businesses of all sizes and sectors across Norfolk and Suffolk regarding your Brexit preparations and how Brexit might impact your business or supply chain, both positively or negatively. All information you provide will be treated in strict confidence and only shared externally with your explicit consent.

Please provide us with comments on whether Brexit will impact your business