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The Marine Works (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2007

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Extension of powers to require the payment of fees in respect of applications

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3.—(1) The power conferred upon a licensing authority by section 8(7) and (8) of the 1985 Act to require an applicant for a licence under Part 2 of the 1985 Act to pay reasonable fees in respect of administrative and other expenses also applies in relation to such an applicant in respect of expenses which the authority has incurred under these Regulations in its capacity as an appropriate authority.

(2) An appropriate authority may require an applicant for a regulatory approval other than a licence under Part 2 of the 1985 Act to pay to it reasonable fees in respect of administrative and other expenses which the authority has incurred under these Regulations in its capacity as an appropriate authority.

(3) Paragraphs (1) and (2) do not apply in relation to any expenses in respect of which a fee may be charged under any other provision of these Regulations.

(4) Section 8(9) of the 1985 Act shall be treated as applying in relation to—

(a)the determination of fees payable in accordance with paragraph (1); and

(b)the determination of fees payable in accordance with—

(i)paragraph (2);

(ii)paragraph 2 of Schedule 2; or

(iii)paragraph 3 of Schedule 4,

with the modification that the reference in section 8(9) to persons who are likely to apply for licences shall be read as a reference to persons who are likely to apply for a regulatory approval.

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