Use of cookies We use cookies to improve your experience. By using Architecture.com you agree to our terms of use and use of cookies

No deal guidance - importing and exporting goods, construction products regulation, and environmental standards

No deal guidance on importing and exporting goods, construction products regulation, and environmental standards.

60% of construction materials are imported and exported between the UK and EU. The UK will no longer be part of the European Single Market, and free movement of goods and the Construction Products Regulations will no longer apply in the case of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

The guidance below covers information relating to importing and exporting goods between the UK and the EU. If you cannot find the information you are looking for below, please check the UK Government’s Brexit webpage.

Get your business ready to import from the EU to the UK

This UK Government checklist outlines actions and considerations you must undertake if your business is importing goods from the UK to EU, including EORI numbers, import declarations, tax, and declarations.

Get your business ready to export from the UK to the EU

This UK Government checklist outlines actions and considerations you must undertake if your business is exporting goods from the UK to EU, including EORI numbers, tax, duty and transport.

Customs guide for business

This European Commission guidance outlines considerations that should be made by businesses buying from, selling to, or moving goods through the UK.

Construction Products Regulation

The UK Government has amended legislation which means that European harmonised standards will become UK ‘designated standards’. This note outlines changes on issues including certification and importing goods.

Upholding environmental standards

Existing EU environmental laws have been transposed into UK law, and will continue to apply in the case of a ‘no deal Brexit. The UK Government has stated that it will establish a new Office for Environmental Protection to oversee compliance with environmental law.

keyboard_arrow_up To top

Latest updates