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The National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2005

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Premises approval: change of premises before outline consent takes effect

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64.—(1) Where—

(a)outline consent has been granted but has not yet taken effect under regulation 62; and

(b)before the provisional date the doctor who made the application under regulation 61 intends to change the premises from which he wishes to dispense,

he may apply to the Primary Care Trust in writing for the Primary Care Trust to determine whether premises approval should be given in relation to the new premises, and the Primary Care Trust shall make the determination in accordance with paragraph (2).

(2) If the Primary Care Trust is satisfied that the change of premises is a minor relocation it may grant premises approval for those premises, but if it is not so satisfied the application for the premises approval to be given in relation to the new premises shall be refused.

(3) The Primary Care Trust shall notify those persons to whom notice of the application under regulation 61 was required to be given and applicants in relation to the outstanding applications, of its determination under paragraph (2).

(4) The determination by the Primary Care Trust under paragraph (2) may be appealed to the Secretary of State under regulation 38 by the applicant.

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