Shippers handling bulk cargo/products -
Check our Pollution Control page for information.
Our foremost objective is the protection of public, animal and environmental health in the Humber, Trent & Ouse
To find out more about this local health initiative please clck on the following weblink http://www.humber.nhs.uk/services/health-trainers-east-riding.htm or contact the project co-ordinator, Natalie Belt - Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Authority launched the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme to food businesses within our area on 1 April 2017. This will include certain passenger ships.
For further details please see our 'Food Hygiene Rating Scheme' page.
Tuesday 10 Sept 2019 - 2pm
Tuesday 10 Dec 2019 - 10am
Tuesday 10 March 2020 - 2pm
Tuesday 9 June 2020 - 10am
To be held at The Guildhall, Kingston upon Hull
UK National SSC Charges will be increased from 1 April 2019 in line with inflation as follows;
Gross Tonnage of Vessel New rate from 1/4/2019 (£)
Up to 1000 95
Vessels with 50-1000 persons 390
Vessels with over 1000 persons 665
Following the UK referendum decision of 23 June 2016 to leave the EU we await further clarity on the implications and changes to the UK legal framework under which we work.
For example, the control of imported food is based on EU legislation. It is not yet clear how this may change following UK withdrawal on the revised date of 31 October 2019. For the forseeable future the current EU based UK legislation remains in force.
Leaving the EU with a deal remains the Government's top priority. However, we must plan for every eventuality, including a "no deal" scenario.
Businesses may need to take action before 31 October 2019
For further information go to GOV.UK/EUEXIT
How to prepare for changes at the border in a "no deal" EU Exit https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8EcnheDt1ziFrExH0Rvmk308s_j2bG2Z
Importing & exporting fish if there is a "no deal" exit from the EU
If you are an importer/agent that imports fish from the EU, then IUU catch certificate endorsement may be required from 31 October 2019. Please contact us to discuss your trade.
Associated British Ports have made an application for the Port of Hull to be listed by the EU ( UK Govt following Brexit) as a Border Inspection Post. A successful application will allow non-EU fishery products to be imported at Hull. Such products will require inspection and import clearance by our Port Health Inspectors (EHOs) acting as Official Fish Inspectors. Further information will follow.