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The Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Fees and Frequency of Inspections) (Children’s Homes etc.) Regulations 2015

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PART 2Registration Fees

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3.  This Part—

(a)applies for the purposes of section 12(2) of the Care Standards Act 2000 (application for registration); and

(b)prescribes the fee that must accompany an application for registration under Part 2 of that Act.

Voluntary adoption agencies

4.—(1) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a voluntary adoption agency, the fee, subject to paragraph (2), is—

(a)£1670; and

(b)if the voluntary adoption agency has, in addition to its principal office, one or more branches, an additional sum of—

(i)£1670 in respect of each branch that is not a small branch, and

(ii)£455 in respect of each small branch.

(2) If the voluntary adoption agency has a small principal office, the fee is—

(a)£455; and

(b)if the voluntary adoption agency has, in addition to its small principal office, one or more branches, an additional sum of—

(i)£1670 in respect of each branch that is not a small branch, and

(ii)£455 in respect of each small branch.

Adoption support agencies

5.—(1) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on an adoption support agency that is not a small adoption support agency, the fee is £1670.

(2) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a small adoption support agency, the fee is £455.

(3) Where the application is for registration as the person who manages an adoption support agency that is not a small adoption support agency, the fee is £455.

Children’s homes

6.—(1) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a children’s home that is not a small children’s home, the fee is £2405.

(2) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a small children’s home, the fee is £656.

(3) Where the application is for registration as the person who manages a children’s home that is not a small children’s home, the fee is £656.

Residential family centres

7.—(1) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a residential family centre that is not a small residential family centre, the fee is £2004.

(2) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a small residential family centre, the fee is £547.

(3) Where the application is for registration as the person who manages a residential family centre that is not a small residential family centre, the fee is £547.

Fostering agencies

8.—(1) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a fostering agency, the fee is £2405.

(2) Where the application is for registration as the person who manages a fostering agency, the fee is £656.

Holiday schemes for disabled children

9.—(1) Where the application is for registration as the person who carries on a holiday scheme for disabled children, the fee is £596.

(2) Where the application is for registration as the person who manages a holiday scheme for disabled children, the fee is £596.

Providers of social work services

10.—(1) Where the application is for registration as a provider of social work services(1), the fee is £2046.

(2) Where the application is for registration as a manager of a provider of social work services, the fee is £1024.

(1)

Section 4(10) of the Care Standards Act 2000 defines “provider of social work services”. Section 4(10) was inserted by section 4(1) of the Children and Young Persons Act 2008 (c.23).

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