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The National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2005

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8.—(1) Where the applicant intends to provide pharmaceutical services at premises from which those services are, at the time of the application, provided by a person who is included in a pharmaceutical list, and the Primary Care Trust is satisfied that—

(a)the same services will be provided from those premises; and

(b)the provision of pharmaceutical services will not be interrupted (except for such period as the Primary Care Trust may for good cause allow),

the Primary Care Trust shall grant the application, subject to—

(i)where the applicant is not already on that Primary Care Trust’s pharmaceutical list, paragraph (2) and regulations 11, 19 and 21 (and accordingly regulations 12 to 18 and 20 shall not apply), or

(ii)where the applicant is already on that Primary Care Trust’s pharmaceutical list, paragraph (2) (and accordingly regulations 11 to 21 shall not apply).

(2) Where a temporary chemist wishes to make an application under regulation 5(1)(b) on behalf of the suspended chemist in whose place he is providing pharmaceutical services, and that application is to relate to his provision of those services as a temporary chemist, and the application is one falling within paragraph (1), he must, before making the application, obtain the written consent of the Primary Care Trust to the application.

(3) A Primary Care Trust shall determine an application to which paragraph (1) relates in accordance with the procedures set out in regulations 24(1) and (3) to (7), 26, 27, 28 and 29 and where paragraph (1)(i) applies, in addition regulation 24(2).

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