Whilst there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the UK’s future relationship with the EU, the Chamber is keen to support businesses in the region to prepare for any changes that may come to fruition as the result of Brexit.
On this page you can find support from the Chamber on how your business can prepare for Brexit and also information on the policy and lobbying efforts of the Chamber.
Since the EU referendum in June 2016, the Chamber network has been delivering the views of business on the impact of Brexit to politicians and decision makers. Our accreditation to the British Chambers of Commerce means that we have a direct link into Westminster and can pass on any thoughts of businesses in West Cheshire & North Wales. Therefore, if you have any views please send them through to Matt Hodgson.
Business Brexit Priorities
Since the historic referendum result in June 2016, Chambers of Commerce have been in deep consultation with local business communities across the United Kingdom – to ensure that, together, we are addressing the key business Brexit priorities for the UK government’s negotiations.Find Out More
Business Brexit Checklist
The UK’s impending departure from the European Union will bring change for businesses of every size and sector.
While some companies are already planning for the challenges and opportunities ahead, Chambers of Commerce believe that all firms – not just those directly and immediately affected – should be undertaking a Brexit ‘health check’, and a broader test of existing business plans.Find Out More
Brexit: The Answers Businesses Need
The British Chambers of Commerce has published two-dozen top real-world questions being asked on Brexit by businesses across the UK – and says the government has managed to make limited progress on just 2 of the 23 issues where clarity is urgently needed so that firms can plan their trade following the UK’s departure from the EU.Find Out More
How to prepare if the UK leaves the EU with 'no deal'
The UK Government has released a series of guidance notices designed to help business prepare for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit scenario.Find Out More
Seven things businesses in the EU need to know in order to prepare for Brexit
The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) on Friday 29 March 2019 at midnight.
This is exactly two years after it notified the European Council of its intention to withdraw.
As of 30 March 2019, the UK will be a third country. It is now urgent that businesses in the EU start preparing for the UK’s withdrawal, if they have not yet done so.View Guidance Here
The Great Repeal Bill White Paper
On 30th March 2017 the UK Government published a whitepaper on Legislating for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union. The The Bill will repeal the European Communities Act and convert EU law (as it applies in the UK) into domestic law on the day we leave.
To help businesses prepare for the changes the Government has published Guidance for businesses on the Great Repeal Bill to help explain the process and to try and answer questions businesses may have.