Transport

Publication Transport and Logistics From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 25 February 2021 1. Traffic Management Plans for Dublin Port and Dublin City Road Network 2. Aviation 3. Using the UK Landbridge 4. Road haulage 5. Driver licence and insurance requirements Given Ireland’s unique geographic position, securing effective connectivity between Ireland, […]

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Using the Landbridge

Using the UK Landbridge From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 21 November 2020 Last updated on 17 June 2021 1. Seven things you need to take on board 2. Moving your goods across the Landbridge 3. Other transit routes (via Ireland) 4. Additional information Seven things you need to take on board Although the UK has left […]

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Regulation and Licensing

Publication Certification, Regulation and Licensing From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 11 February 2021 1. For all businesses 2. For companies importing chemicals from the UK 3. Professional qualifications and licences to practise 4. Fluorinated Gas (F-Gas) For all businesses Certificates, licences and authorisations are required for trade in the EU […]

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Banking and Financial Services

Banking and Financial Services From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 18 February 2021 1. Banking and financial services 2. Commercial contracts 3. Financial risk and currency management Banking and financial services There has been significant work at the national and EU level to ensure continuity of service across banking, payments, insurance […]

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Retail

Retail From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 24 February 2021 The introduction of new import and export processes and enhanced checks and controls on EU-UK trade may lead to disruption in the supply chains of Irish-based retail businesses. Supply chains have been built up over time and will take time to […]

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Healthcare & Medicines

Healthcare, Medicines and Medical Products From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 24 February 2021 1. Access to Medicines 2. Customs and logistics 3. Regulatory, certification and operational implications 4. Professional qualifications Brexit has implications for the life sciences and healthcare sectors in Ireland, particularly in relation to supply chains and regulatory […]

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Tourism

Tourism From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 24 February 2021 The UK is now outside the EU Single Market and Customs Union. It means that businesses that move goods from, to or through Great Britain will be subject to a range of customs formalities, checks and regulatory requirements that do not […]

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Construction

Publication Construction From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 20 February 2020 Last updated on 24 February 2021 Brexit may have a number of implications for your construction business and there are a number of steps businesses can take to ensure they minimise any disruption to their operations. Construction manufacturing and certification UK notified bodies are no longer […]

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FSAI Guidance Food Importers

Brexit Get ready for the end of the Brexit transition period Have a look at our Brexit resources for help and guidance on what you need to do. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 1 February 2020 after the EU and the UK concluded a Withdrawal Agreement which facilitates an orderly UK departure from the EU. […]

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FSAI Guidance Food Imports

Food Imports Importing Steps to take Getting ready  Importing From 1 January 2021, food and food contact materials coming from Great Britain will be an import from a third country (a non-EU country). To continue to trade with Great Britain from this date, you will need to comply with import requirements. Knowing these requirements will help […]

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FSAI Guidance Labelling

Food Labelling and Brexit Foods placed on the EU market must comply with EU food law. The rules for labelling are set out in Regulation (EU) No. 1169/2011 on the provision of food information to the consumer. Visit our labelling legislation section for information on the general labelling requirements. From 1 January 2021, if you import food […]

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NSAI General Guidance on Products

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Construction Sector [Ireland]

Latest Government advice for those in the construction & building trade 2 April 2019 The decision of the UK to leave the EU means change. Addressing the challenges of the UK leaving the EU, particularly without any deal, requires response at EU level, by Government, by citizens, and responses by businesses, and affected sectors. As part […]

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Transport [Ireland]

Transport and Logistics Last updated: 1 March 2019 Published: 27 February 2019 From: Department of the Taoiseach Aviation Transporting goods through the UK Road haulage Maritime As an island, Ireland is very dependent on maritime and air transport connectivity for imports and exports. The UK ‘landbridge’ is also very important for the distribution of goods, […]

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Studying [Ireland]

Studying Published: 27 February 2019 From: Department of the Taoiseach Primary & post-primary education that includes cross border travel Higher education Further education Erasmus+ Professional qualifications Students in both the UK and Ireland regularly receive some or all of their education in either country. This is one of the features of the Common Travel Area […]

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Dept Transport Ire

Brexit and Transport – what you need to know Published: 1 November 2019 From: Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport 1. Current Situation 2. Contact 3. Brexit and Ireland 4. Brexit and the EU 5. Brexit and the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport 6. Motor Insurance and Green Cards (Proof of Motor Insurance) 7. […]

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Standards Authority Presentation I

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Standards Authority Presentation II

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Standards Authority (Medical Devices)

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Ports and Staffing

Dec 2018 Preparing our Ports and Airports for a no deal Brexit In the case of a no deal scenario, goods entering the EU from the UK will be treated as imports from a third country and goods leaving the EU to the UK will be treated as exports. All relevant EU legislation on imported […]

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Financial Services

Dec 2018 Financial Services The Central Bank has the statutory responsibility for financial stability and has been working with the Department of Finance on Brexit-related issues since before the UK Referendum. The Department of Finance engages onan ongoing basis with the Central Bank and the NTMA on issues relevant to financial stability and financial services. […]

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Justice and Security [Ire]

Dec 2018 Justice and Security From the outset of this process, we have identified a number of areas in the  Justice area that are particularly important to ongoing cooperation between the UK and Ireland, and have been taking steps to mitigate the effect of a UK withdrawal from the EU as much as possible. The […]

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Transport [Irel]

Dec 2018 Connectivity The Government’s key priority is to take all the necessary and possible steps to ensure that trade, including priority imports, can continue to flow with the UK as a third country. The changes required to manage east-west trade flows in a no deal Brexit scenario will require a concerted response from the […]

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Retail

December 2018 Retail The Retail Consultation Forum, chaired by the Minister for Business Enterprise and Innovation, is the main vehicle through which Government engages with the retail sector. Since 2014, the Forum has provided a  platform for structured engagement between the retail sector and relevant Government Departments on key issues of concern relating to thedevelopment […]

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Tourism

December 2018 Tourism Brexit has already had an impact on the tourism sector and additional funding of €7.7m has been allocated to the tourism agencies to ensure that the sector is Brexit ready. In this context, Fáilte Ireland will implement a programme which places a focus on retaining business from Northern Ireland and Britain whilst […]

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