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The Gangmasters (Licensing Conditions) Rules 2009

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6.—(1) All fees are payable to the Authority.

(2) An applicant for a licence must, at the time of making the application, pay the application fee specified in the table appropriate to its annual turnover.

(3) If an inspection is required under rule 3(3)(a), the applicant must, on demand, pay the fee specified in the table appropriate to its annual turnover.

(4) A licence holder who wishes to renew its licence must, before the licence expires, pay the fee specified in the table appropriate to its annual turnover.

(5) In this rule, “annual turnover” means the turnover in the work sector regulated by the Gangmasters (Licensing) Act 2004(1) for the previous financial year or, if there has been no such trading in that sector, on the expected turnover in that sector for the forthcoming financial year, as placed in fee band A, B, C or D in the table.

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Annual turnoverFee BandApplication or renewal feeInspection fee
£10 million or moreA£2,600£2,900
From £5 million to less than £10 millionB£2,000£2,400
From £1 million to less than £5 millionC£1,200£2,150
Less than £1 millionD£400£1,850
(1)

2004 c. 11. Section 3 sets out the work to which that Act applies.

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