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The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

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41.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the body arranging the mediation shall pay the following expenses in connection with the child’s parent or young person attending mediation—

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Travel Costs

Standard class public transport fares for the parent and their child or the young person.

A mileage rate of 25p per mile for travel by car or motorcycle.

Taxi fares.

Repayment for loss of earnings

Loss of earnings up to £45.

Registered child or young person care expenses

Engagement of a registered child or adult carer at £5.35 per hour, per child or young person.

Overnight expensesExpenses up to £81 per night for inner London or £71 per night for elsewhere or £21 per night if the stay is with family or friends.

(2) The body arranging the mediation may require either or both of the following conditions before making payment of a claim for expenses under paragraph (1)—

(a)payment is made with the prior agreement of the body arranging the mediation;

(b)payment is made upon receipt of satisfactory supporting evidence of the expenses claimed.

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