Construction Sector Brexit update

New ‘no deal’ Brexit information has been made available for the construction sector on the manufacture or use of CE-marked construction products.


This new guidance explains how to check the CE marks of products to find out if a ‘no deal’ Brexit might impact you. If you are a manufacturer, importer, distributor, authorised representative of construction products or a builder, specifier, certifier or construction professional, a ‘no deal’ Brexit might affect you! 


Members working in this area are also advised to consult the following websites for more information on how to prepare for Brexit:

  • Additional information on Brexit and the Construction Products Regulation can be found on the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government’s webpage.
  • For support and guidance on standards and certification members should contact the National Standards Authority of Ireland, which is an EU ‘notified body’: Email: Telephone: 01 8073800
  • If you plan on importing goods from the UK after Brexit, you, or a representative on your behalf, will need to complete customs formalities. For information on your customs responsibilities visit:
  • Read the Brexit Preparedness Checklist to know the essential actions firms can take before 31 October 2019 to ensure they will still be able to trade with the UK after it leaves the EU.

As you ramp up your contingency plans, SFA is here to help. Please get in touch if you would like to talk to our policy expert, or HR professional or if you have any other queries or comments.

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