As noted in the link provided by Anne, the UKCA marking deadline was moved from July 2023 to July 2024. Further, in that link the MHRA announces that they will implement a transition plan. This means that the following transition periods apply:
Devices UKCA Marked under the current regulatory framework will have the following transitional period:
The caveats outlined for both CE Marked and UKCA Marked devices are as follows:
The MHRA announced that they'll introduce new post-market requirements prior to release of the new regulation. The new PMS requirements are expected this year, and the new regulation by July 2024.
Note that this does not exempt manufacturers from registering their devices with the MHRA, nor does it exempt foreign manufacturers from appointing a UK Responsible Person (UKRP). Whether the device is CE Marked or UKCA Marked, it must be registered before it can be placed onto the UK market. Where applicable, the designated UKRP will complete the registration on the manufacturer's behalf.
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