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Construction products regulation post-Brexit - update

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The government has this week published a statutory instrument relating to the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) for when the UK leaves the European Union.

What this means for the construction industry

Should Britain find itself in a no deal scenario after ‘Brexit day’ on 29 March 2019, the UK regime will, in accordance with product standards, continue to require manufacturers to declare the performance of their construction product when its placed on the UK market.

The key elements of this legislation are:

The intention is to ensure that the Construction Products Regulation regime continues to operate effectively in the UK after Britain leaves the EU and to provide legal certainty should there be no deal.

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