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Pembrokeshire preparing for Brexit

Pembrokeshire County Council is working with the Welsh Government, the Welsh Local Government Association and other organisations to prepare for the ending of the UK’s membership of the European Union. 

Our aim is to minimise any potential for Brexit to negatively affect Council services, and the county’s businesses and residents.

Among the things we are doing are:

We have assigned an officer who will co-ordinate the Council’s response to Brexit;

  • We have identified Brexit as a key corporate risk, and we are working to understand as best we can its consequences for the Council and for Pembrokeshire;
  • We are monitoring national events to understand likely Brexit scenarios, and using this information to develop and update a Corporate Brexit Strategy and other key strategic documents such as the Medium Term Financial Plan;
  • We are working with all our services to understand the consequences of Brexit and to put in place contingency measures;
  • We are working as a partner in the Dyfed Powys Local Resilience Forum to prepare multi-agency solutions to the challenges Brexit could pose;
  • We are engaging with national Brexit planning groups, for instance on health and social care.

Things that we plan to do are:

  • Disseminate accurate and reliable information on Brexit to businesses, communities and people in Pembrokeshire, or signpost where information can be found;
  • Provide information and support to our employees who are from other EU member states and who may need to make use of the EU Settlement Scheme;
  • Ensure all the Council’s EU funded projects are completed and closed in compliance with all applicable regulations;
  • Consider how to assist parts of Pembrokeshire’s economy, society or environment that may be disproportionately affected by Brexit;
  • Work with other interested parties to ensure that replacement regional funds are made available and that the programmes to deliver them are suited to Pembrokeshire’s needs and opportunities.

Contact us


Ken Skates Brexit Letter

Useful links

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Apply for a grant to assist with BREXIT

Welsh Government – Brexit “One Stop Shop”

UK Government


Other South West Wales Organisations

Carmarthenshire County Council

Ceredigion County Council

Hywel Dda University Health Board


EU Settled Status

Non-governmental links (see Welsh Government above for governmental links)

Citizens Advice

 The 3 Million


 Brexit related consultations

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Welsh Government: Amendments to Welsh food legislation

BEIS: The future of UK carbon pricing

Marine and fisheries policies for Wales after Brexit


National Assembly for Wales External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee: Changes to freedom of movement after Brexit- the implications for wales

Survey for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens.  The Settlement Scheme: Is it working in Wales? 

Closes: 10 September 2019

Welsh Government: Revised proposals for supporting Welsh farmers after Brexit

Closes: 30 October 2019

Home Offie: Future Skills Based Immigration System White Paper:

Closes: December 2019


ID: 5510, revised 18/03/2021