LIVERPOOL CITY REGION COMBINED AUTHORITY: BREXIT

We remain an open and welcoming city region and are proud that many EU citizens have chosen to live, study, work or set up their business in our city region.

The Combined Authority recognise the uncertainty that the 2016 EU referendum and subsequent UK/EU negotiations have placed on the city region’s business and particularly EU citizens living here. We are working with partners to support our businesses and residents.

The UK Government has produced detailed guidance for both businesses and people which can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/brexit/?utm_source=gcs-local-north&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=get-ready-for-brexit

RESIDENTS: EU CITIZENS

We recognise that EU citizens may feel anxious about their future and urge them to keep up to date with the EU settlement Scheme by signing up to emails from the Home Office. If you wish to stay after Brexit, you and your family must apply for settled or pre-settled status.

You can find out more here

If you require further advice, we suggest that you contact your embassy or the Citizens’ Advice Bureau

You may also wish to access resources available here.

BUSINESS

Businesses are likely to be impacted in different ways by Brexit, depending on the subsequent Trade Deal that the UK government and the EU will negotiate after the withdrawal. To help you prepare, the Liverpool City Region Local Growth Hub has pulled together a range of resources. This will be updated as new information becomes available. If you wish to discuss in detail, please contact your Growth Hub Broker or central government website.