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Brexit Information

The UK and Scottish Governments have published advice and guidance to help individual citizens and businesses prepare for the process of leaving the European Union (EU).

North Ayrshire Council have developed plans to help our citizens through the process.

View the council's Risk and Action Plan (PDF, 384kb) for details of the preparations we have in place in the event of a no-deal Brexit. 

We are also supporting our citizens to prepare for the EU Settlement Scheme and complete the ID verification process.

Please follow the links to the external websites below for further information, guidance and online tools:

Scottish Government

Brexit information

Information and advice for EU citizens

A Briefing note recently published by the Scottish Government summarising findings of the research into the local impact of Brexit. 

mygov.scot

EU exit (Brexit) - what you need to know

HM Government

Prepare for EU Exit - UK Government advice for businesses and individuals

GOV.UK

UK Government information about exiting the EU

UK Government information for EU citizens living in the UK

EU Settlement Scheme Community Leader Toolkit

Ask a question about applying for settled status

UK Government Brexit self-assessment tool - Use this tool to find out what your business or organisation may need to do to prepare for Brexit, what’s changing in your industry and information on specific rules and regulations

Home Office

EU citizens living in the UK - sign up for email alerts 

PrepareforBrexit.scot

Prepare your business for Brexit - advice for businesses in Scotland

Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

What comes next? The business analysis of no deal - a recent CBI report which contains recommendations for both the public and private sector on how to help prepare for a no-deal.

Scottish Enterprise

Advice for businesses to help prepare for Brexit