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Brexit

Since the referendum, Powys County Council, along with all other local authorities in Wales, has been planning for different Brexit scenarios including a no-deal situation.

It has been working with the Welsh Government, the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) and public sector partners to coordinate preparations, receiving advice and communications from a variety of sources on the preparations that Powys County Council should be putting in place.

WLGA, has compiled an online Brexit advice hub which includes a section dedicated to No Deal advice, information and resources. The resource includes a 'Preparedness Toolkit', to help councils put plans in place on behalf of their communities and businesses which the council has used as part of its preparations.

In January 2019 the Welsh Government has also launched an online 'one stop shop' for the public on Brexit: 'Preparing Wales' website.

Information for Residents

View links to information about the potential impact of Brexit on residents.

Nationality and Citizenship

If you're a European Union citizen, you and your family will be able to apply to the European Union Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021.

Advice for Businesses and Voluntary Organisations

View links to information about the potential impact on businesses, what support is available, proposals for how Brexit should be approached from a business perspective and how Brexit could affect Voluntary Organisations.

Resilience Fund available for Powys businesses

Businesses in Powys have an opportunity to apply for funding to help them adapt to the changes in a post-Brexit Welsh economy.

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