New rules are here
New rules apply to things like travel and doing business with Europe. Use the Brexit checker to get a personalised list of actions for you, your business and your family.
Haulier advice site locations
The Government has, on 4 January, published information on sites where Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) drivers can get free coronavirus tests and border readiness checks before transporting goods to the EU.
At the Department for Transport’s haulier advice sites HGV drivers can:
|· find out about the rules and documents needed to move goods between the UK and EU
· complete a free border readiness check to ensure they have the correct documentation to cross the EU border
· get help using the ‘Check an HGV is ready to cross the border service’
HGV drivers can also use the free live webchat function to complete a border readiness check between 8am and 8pm, 7 days a week.
Check service: https://www.gov.uk/check-hgv-border
Data Adequacy Controls
Data adequacy controls Following the UK and EU agreeing a trade deal the ICO has published a statement setting out that the Treaty agreed with the EU will allow personal data to flow freely from the EU (and EEA) to the UK, until adequacy decisions have been adopted.
This period will last for four months, with the option to extend for a further two. This will enable businesses and public bodies across all sectors to continue to freely receive data from the EU (and EEA), including law enforcement agencies.
Guidance and advice
- Preparing for Brexit
- Healthcare for UK residents visiting the EU, EEA and Switzerland in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Guidance for EU citizens in the UK
- Guidance for EU citizens in the UK
- Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme - settled and pre-settled status
Advice for businesses
- Preparing your business for Brexit
- EU Settlement Scheme: employer toolkit
- What does your business do?
- Surrey Chambers of Commerce - Brexit Business checklist
Advice for schools and colleges
- Preparations for further education and apprenticeship providers
- Preparations for higher education institutions
- Preparations for schools
Visiting Europe after Brexit
If you trade with the EU, this webinar may be of interest to you. The government has said that the UK will be leaving the EU. When the UK leaves there will be immediate changes to the way UK businesses trade with the EU that may impact your business.
Getting ready for Brexit
This live webinar provides an overview for UK businesses involved in the movement of goods between the EU and the UK. Find out what you need to know to keep importing and exporting, including:
- why it's important to apply for an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number (EORI)
- what Transitional Simplified Procedures are
- how to prepare to make customs declarations
- what Entry Summary Declarations are
- how to pay the correct Customs Duty and VAT
You'll have the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar using the on-screen text box.
We may not be able to answer all the questions raised during the webinar. We will provide useful links to regularly updated information at the end.
Start preparing - join now
Surrey Chambers are preparing for the end of the EU transition period and the effects that will have on businesses in so many different ways, all necessary information can be found on the International Trade area of our website, a dedicated e-mail address of firstname.lastname@example.org can be used for enquiries, further details can be found https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/bkKjC4RZ9hLo2DSOC2tc?domain=surrey-chambers.co.uk/
We have a variety of informative webinars and training available – we are also expanding the International Trade team to help cope with demand and will be Customs Declaration trained to help support businesses after the 1st January 2021.