We are here to support businesses across the M3 corridor with the information and tools needed to prepare for Brexit.
This section of the Brexit Toolkit is focused on the issues surrounding Exporting, Importing and Transporting Goods.
We've put together some of the best resources currently available to advise businesses and over the coming months we will be running Brexit events across the M3 corridor to provide further information and support.
Check back for updates or contact us to be added to our event distribution list, or for any questions.
What your business needs to know
If you import or export there may be changes to UKEU trade at the UK border including on customs, tariffs and VAT. Take the first step to prepare now.
Import/Export if the UK leaves the EU without a deal
Import and export processes that UK businesses trading with the EU would need to follow in the event that the UK exits the EU without a deal. This includes a check list of what your business will need to do in preparation.
Moving goods to and from the EU through roll on roll off ports or the Channel Tunnel
Arrangements for importers or exporters, using roll on roll off ports or the Channel Tunnel to transport goods between the EU and the UK in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Trading goods regulated under the ‘New Approach’ if there’s no Brexit deal
This notice explains the future arrangements for the regulation of most goods covered by the EU's New Approach in a ‘no deal' scenario. It includes those regulated under the ‘New Legislative Framework' as well as machinery.
International driving permits for UK drivers from 28 March 2019
The rules for international driving permits are changing. Check which type of IDP you need to ensure that you can legally drive when you visit another country.
Existing free trade agreements if there's no Brexit deal
How we would ensure continuity for the UK's existing free trade agreements if the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 with no deal.
Classifying your goods in the UK Trade Tariff
The UK Trade Tariff sets out important information about the movement of goods, including duty rates for imports you may need to be familiar with. If the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 without a deal, find out how this would affect trade tariffs