HMRC publishes questionnaire for businesses impacted by new requirements relating to moving goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland
12 June 2020
Following on from the government’s publication of the UK’s Approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol command paper, HMRC is asking for responses from businesses who will be affected by the new requirements for goods being moved between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
A form has been published on Gov.UK which will allow companies to provide detail to HMRC of how they will be impacted by the new processes relating to Northern Ireland goods movements. Businesses also have the opportunity to sign up for email updates so that they are informed of any new requirements and future developments. The form will be available from 11 June 2020 to 29 June 2020. It is hoped that as many businesses will respond as possible.
HMRC is actively encouraging businesses who have no experience of international trade get in touch, however, is asking that all businesses self-identify if they are affected. This will enable HMRC to send guidance and communications to the right people.
Should any questions arise, or if you would like to discuss anything further, please contact [email protected]
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