Update on Northern Irish UK Trader Scheme

Businesses that supply goods to Northern Ireland without a fixed address in that country can currently be authorised under the UK Trader Scheme (UKTS).

Registration with the UKTS allows a business to forgo paying the EU tariffs on vehicles because the goods are deemed ‘not at risk’.  

This easement period is currently only in place until 1 November 2021. 

HM Revenues & Customs has informed the BVRLA that this end date is under review and that a form of easement will continue for businesses after this date. 

HMRC will be writing to businesses registered on the UKTS to advise them of this update shortly. 


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