Businesses and Brexit
- Advice to Small Businesses
- Brexit Business Resource Hub
- Local Government Association’s Brexit advice hub
- EU Settlement Scheme
- Further information
- Brexit news
- Contact details
The information on this page is aimed at helping businesses to prepare for Brexit. Haringey Council wants to do as much as it can to support its residents and businesses through the Brexit transition.
To help small firms and the self-employed to prepare for exiting the European Union during the transition period to 31 December 2020, the Federation of Small Businesses has created some Brexit guidance (external link) plus an informative guide on Setting up business in Europe after Brexit: how to keep your access to the single market (external link).
The Brexit Business Resource Hub (external link) provides fairly comprehensive information from the London Mayor’s Office.
The London Growth Hub has produced useful factsheets and guides, which also cover employment of EU nationals. You can sign up to their newsletter to keep yourself up to date.
The Local Government Association’s Brexit advice hub (external link) is meant for regulating authorities but also provides advice for businesses.
For an overview of the indicative timeline on exiting the EU you can visit the Institute for Government (external link).
EU employees/residents can find more information on how to apply for settled and pre-settled status and upcoming events on our dedicated Haringey and Brexit page.
For insight into the UK's future relationship with the European Union, you can visit the Institute for Government website (external link).
For latest Brexit news and analysis visit the BBC website (external link).
Brexit and businesses
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- Tel: 020 8489 6903