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Regulation 2(1)(a), (2)(a)(i) and (3)(a)

SCHEDULE 1E+W+S+NIImport Inspection Fees

Column 1

Plant, plant product or other object

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Fee for each consignment (daytime working hours) (£)

Column 4

Fee for each consignment (non-daytime working hours) (£)

Cuttings, seedlings (except forestry reproductive material), young plants of strawberries or of vegetablesup to 10,000 in number49.6674.50
each additional 1,000, or part thereof1.98, up to a maximum of 397.312.97, up to a maximum of 595.97
Shrubs, trees (other than cut Christmas trees), other woody nursery plants including forest reproductive material (other than seed)up to 1,000 in number49.6674.50
each additional 100, or part thereof1.22, up to a maximum of 397.311.83, up to a maximum of 595.97
Bulbs, corms, rhizomes, tubers, intended for planting (other than tubers of potatoes)up to 200 kg49.6674.50
each additional 10 kg, or part thereof0.45, up to a maximum of 397.310.68, up to a maximum of 595.97
Seeds, tissue culturesup to 100 kg21.2831.93
each additional 10 kg, or part thereof0.49, up to a maximum of 397.310.73, up to a maximum of 595.97
Other plants intended for planting, not specified elsewhere in this Scheduleup to 5,000 in number49.6674.50
each additional 100, or part thereof0.49, up to a maximum of 397.310.73, up to a maximum of 595.97
Cut flowersup to 20,000 in number49.6674.50
each additional 1,000, or part thereof0.38, up to a maximum of 397.310.57, up to a maximum of 595.97
Branches with foliage, parts of conifers (other than cut Christmas trees)up to 100 kg49.6674.50
each additional 100 kg, or part thereof4.94, up to a maximum of 397.317.41, up to a maximum of 595.97
Cut Christmas treesup to 1,000 in number49.6674.50
each additional 100, or part thereof4.94, up to a maximum of 397.317.41, up to a maximum of 595.97
Leaves of plants, such as herbs, spices and leafy vegetablesup to 100 kg49.6674.50
each additional 10 kg, or part thereof4.94, up to a maximum of 397.317.41, up to a maximum of 595.97
Fruits, vegetables (other than leafy vegetables)up to 25,000 kg49.6674.50
each additional 1,000 kg, or part thereof1.982.97
Tubers of potatoesup to 25,000 kg148.99 (for each lot)223.49 (for each lot)
each additional 25,000 kg, or part thereof148.99 (for each lot)223.49 (for each lot)
Soil and growing medium, barkup to 25,000 kg49.6674.50
each additional 1,000 kg, or part thereof1.89, up to a maximum of 397.312.97, up to a maximum of 595.97
Grainup to 25,000 kg49.6674.50
each additional 1,000 kg, or part thereof1.98, up to a maximum of 1986.562.97, up to a maximum of 2979.84
Other plants or plant products not specified elsewhere in this Schedule, except forest treeseach consignment49.6674.50

Regulation 2(2)(a)(ii) and (3)(b)

SCHEDULE 2E+W+S+NIImport Inspection Fees: Reduced Rates

Column 1

Genus

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Country of origin

Column 4

Fee for each consignment (daytime working hours) (£)

Column 5

Fee for each consignment (non-daytime working hours) (£)

Cut Flowers
Asterup to 20,000 in numberZimbabwe37.2455.87
each additional 1,000 or part thereofZimbabwe1.48, up to a maximum of 297.982.22, up to a maximum of 446.97
Dianthusup to 20,000 in numberColombia2.483.72
Ecuador4.967.45
Kenya2.483.72
Turkey12.4218.62
each additional 1,000 or part thereofColombia0.02, up to a maximum of 19.870.03, up to a maximum of 29.80
Ecuador0.04, up to a maximum of 39.720.07, up to a maximum of 59.58
Kenya0.02, up to a maximum of 19.870.03, up to a maximum of 29.80
Turkey0.10, up to a maximum of 99.360.16, up to a maximum of 149.04
Rosaup to 20,000 in numberColombia1.432.14
Ecuador1.432.14
Ethiopia4.967.41
Kenya2.483.72
Tanzania4.967.42
Uganda12.4218.62
Zambia12.4218.62
each additional 1,000 or part thereofColombia0.01, up to a maximum of 11.890.01, up to a maximum of 17.84
Ecuador0.01, up to a maximum of 11.890.01, up to a maximum of 17.84
Ethiopia0.04, up to a maximum of 39.720.06, up to a maximum of 59.58
Kenya0.02, up to a maximum of 19.870.03, up to a maximum of 29.80
Tanzania0.04, up to a maximum of 39.720.07, up to a maximum of 59.58
Uganda0.07, up to a maximum of 99.360.10, up to a maximum of 149.04
Zambia0.07, up to a maximum of 99.360.10, up to a maximum of 149.04
Branches with foliage
Phoenixup to 100 kgCosta Rica17.3526.03
each additional 100 kg or part thereofCosta Rica1.70, up to a maximum of 139.052.56, up to a maximum of 208.57
Fruit
Citrusup to 25,000 kgEgypt7.4511.17
Israel4.967.41
Mexico7.4511.17
Morocco2.483.72
Peru12.4218.62
Tunisia12.4218.62
Turkey1.462.19
Uruguay7.4511.17
USA7.4511.17
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofEgypt0.280.42
Israel0.210.31
Mexico0.280.42
Morocco0.070.10
Peru0.490.73
Tunisia0.490.73
Turkey0.030.05
Uruguay0.280.42
USA0.280.42

Malus

up to 25,000 kgArgentina4.967.41
Brazil12.4218.62
Chile2.473.70
New Zealand4.967.41
South Africa2.473.70
USA17.3826.07
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofArgentina0.210.31
Brazil0.490.74
Chile0.070.10
New Zealand0.210.31
South Africa0.070.10
USA0.691.03
Passifloraup to 25,000 kgColombia4.947.41
Kenya4.947.41
South Africa24.8337.25
Zimbabwe24.8337.25
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofColombia0.170.26
Kenya0.170.26
South Africa0.971.46
Zimbabwe0.971.46
Prunusup to 25,000 kgArgentina24.8337.25
Chile4.967.41
Morocco24.8337.25
South Africa4.967.41
Turkey7.4411.17
USA7.4411.17
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofArgentina0.971.46
Chile0.170.26
Morocco0.971.46
South Africa0.170.26
Turkey0.290.44
USA0.290.44
Pyrusup to 25,000 kgArgentina4.967.41
Chile12.4218.62
China24.8337.25
South Africa4.967.41
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofArgentina0.170.26
Chile0.490.73
China0.971.46
South Africa0.170.26
Vacciniumup to 25,000 kgArgentina11.7417.61
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofArgentina0.470.71
Vegetables
Momordicaup to 25,000 kgSurinam24.8337.25
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofSurinam0.971.46
Solanum melongenaup to 25,000 kgKenya4.967.41
Turkey4.967.41
each additional 1,000 kg or part thereofKenya0.170.26
Turkey0.170.26

Regulation 2(2)(b)

SCHEDULE 3E+W+S+NIImport Inspection Fees: Documentary and Identity Checks

Column 1

Check

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Fee (£)

Documentaryeach consignment4.31
Identityeach consignment up to the size of a truck load, a railway wagon load or the load of a container of comparable size4.31
each consignment bigger than the above size8.62

Regulation 3

SCHEDULE 4E+W+S+NISeed Potatoes: Fees

Column 1

Function

Column 2

Fee(1) (£)

Column 3

Minimum fee (£)

(1)

Of the rates listed in this column and in column 3, those that are marked with an asterisk are per hour or part of an hour, and those not so marked are per half-hectare or part of half-hectare.

Inspection of growing crops and provision of labels and seals in respect of applications
Certification as pre-basic seed potato129.84*n/a
Certification as basic seed potato, classified as:super elite 1, super elite 2 or super elite 364.92129.84
elite 1, elite 2 or elite 364.92129.84
A61.71123.43
Certification as certified seed potato56.10112.20
Authorisation to market seed potatoes129.84*n/a
Inspection of harvested tubers
Up to two inspections19.2438.47
Third and subsequent inspections129.84*n/a

Regulation 4(2)

SCHEDULE 5E+W+S+NIPlant Health Licence Fees

Column 1

Item

Column 2

Type of application or inspection

Column 3

Fee (£)

1Application for a licence other than a licence covered by item 2 or 3793.03
2Application for a licence in respect of soil or other growing medium for analysis572.02
3Application for a licence for scientific or trial purposes covering 5 or more types of article793.03, plus 31.20 per type of article in excess of 5
4Application for renewal or variation of a licence with changes requiring scientific or technical assessment260.01
5Application for renewal of a licence with no changes, or for renewal or variation of a licence with only minor changes requiring no scientific or technical assessment31.20
6Inspection and associated activities (including travelling time and office time) for monitoring compliance with licence terms and conditions42.75 per hour or part of an hour

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