Construction Products Regulation under a no-deal Brexit
The UK government has laid a statutory instrument to ensure a functioning Construction Products Regulation (CPR) regime if the UK leaves without a deal on 29 March.
The system will maintain the requirement on manufacturers to declare the performance of their products in accordance with standards when the product is placed on the UK market.
Amendments to the current regulations will be made in a number of instances, and existing European standards will become UK ‘designated standards’, which means following a no-deal exit, UK and EU standards will be the same.The new UK standards will be designated by the secretary of state.
The complete statutory instrument that lays out the detail can be found on the UK Government's website and downloaded below.
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