The UK is due to leave the European Union (EU) at 11pm on 29 March 2019.
At the moment the type of exit – whether through a negotiated withdrawal agreement or a no deal exit – has not been decided.
Craven District Council is working with partners to ensure that the impact of the exit on our residents and businesses is minimised.
Guidance and advice
To help you to find out more about Brexit (the popular term for the process of the UK leaving the EU) the UK Government has provided some general information, guidance for EU citizens and their families who reside in the UK, and advice for businesses on how Brexit may affect them and any EU-born employees.
The guidance is regularly updated as more information becomes available.
- Preparing for EU Exit
- Healthcare for UK residents visiting the EU, EEA and Switzerland in the event of a no deal Brexit
For EU citizens and voluntary and community sectors
- Guidance for EU citizens living in the UK
- Local elections on May 2nd, 2019 - The Government has said that EU nationals will be able to vote and stand as candidates in local elections on May 2nd, 2019. A voter ID pilot is running in these elections so you will need to bring one form of photo ID or two forms of non-photo ID to be able to vote. For more information about these elections and the voter ID pilot, click here: Elections, Voting and Democracy
If you own a local business which employs EU citizens, you can find out more about how you can help your employees through the EU Settlement Scheme.
- Prepare your business for EU Exit
- Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership – Let’s talk Brexit
- Farm payments if there's no Brexit deal
For schools and colleges
- Preparations for further education and apprenticeship providers
- Preparations for higher education institutions
- Preparations for schools