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Regulation 3

SCHEDULE 1Fees for applications for approval under the Agriculture (Tractor Cabs) Regulations 1974

1 (Subject matter)2 (Fee)
(a) Original approval of a tractor cab£515
(b) Revision of an existing approval of a tractor cab£283

Regulation 4

SCHEDULE 2Fee for application for approval under the Freight Containers (Safety Convention) Regulations 2017

1 (Subject matter)2 (Fee)
Approval of scheme or programme for examination of freight containers£100

Regulation 5

SCHEDULE 3Fees for various applications under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012

Table 1

1 (Subject matter of licence)2 (Fee)
Licence for work with asbestos or renewal of (original) licence£3,439

Table 2

1 (Fee for re-assessment of licence application)2 (Fee for amendment of condition, or duration, of licence)3 (Fee for other amendment, or replacement, of a licence)
£788£788£85

Regulation 6

SCHEDULE 4Fees for examination or surveillance by an employment medical adviser

1 (Provision)2 (Reference)3 (Basic fee)4 (Fee for x-rays)5 (Fee for laboratory tests)
The 2017 RegulationsS.I. 2017/1075

£41 where surveillance is confined to examination of, and making entries in, records, and

£76 in other cases

£78£45
The 2012 Asbestos RegulationsS.I. 2012/632£78£78£45
The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002S.I. 2002/2677£78£78£45
The Work in Compressed Air RegulationsS.I. 1996/1656£78£78£45

Regulation 7

SCHEDULE 5Fees for medical surveillance by an employment medical adviser under the Control of Lead at Work Regulations 2002

1 (Item)2 (Fee)
(a) On the first assessment of an employee (including any clinical medical examination and laboratory tests in connection with the assessment)£78
(b) On each subsequent assessment of an employee—
(i) for laboratory tests, where these are carried out£45
(ii) for a clinical medical examination, where this is carried out£45

Regulation 8

SCHEDULE 6Fees payable in connection with the Ionising Radiations Regulations 2017 and the Radiation (Emergency Preparedness and Public Information) Regulations 2019

Table 1

1 (Description)2 (Fee)3 (Fee for work by Inspectors or person appointed to advise the Executive)
Original approval or reassessment of such approval of dosimetry services granted under regulation 36 of the 2017 Regulations for the purposes of those Regulations Group I – Dose record keeping
(a) where the application is solely in respect of Group I functions£856£144 per hour worked
(b) where the application for Group I functions is linked to an application in respect of functions in another group£856£144 per hour worked
Group II – External dosimetry
(a) whole body (beta, gamma, thermal neutrons) thermoluminescent film£856£144 per hour worked
(b) whole body (beta, gamma, thermal neutrons) thermoluminescent dosemeter£856£144 per hour worked
(c) whole body (neutron), other than subgroups (a) or (b)£856£144 per hour worked
(d) whole body, other than subgroups (a), (b) or (c)£856£144 per hour worked
(e) extremity monitoring£856£144 per hour worked
(f) accident dosimetry, other than in the previous subgroups£856£144 per hour worked
Group III – Internal dosimetry
(a) bio-assay, in-vivo monitoring or air sampling£856£144 per hour worked
(b) for each additional one of the above techniques£856£144 per hour worked
Original type approval of apparatus under paragraph 1(d)(i) of 1(e)(i) of Schedule 1 to the 2017 Regulations (which excepts such type approved apparatus from the notification requirements of regulation 5 of those Regulations£144£144 per hour worked
Amendment of an original approval of dosimetry services granted under regulation 36 of the 2017 Regulations for the purposes of those Regulations, or an original type approval of apparatus under paragraph 1(d)(i) or 1(e)(i) of Schedule 1 to those Regulations£59£144 per hour worked

Table 2

1 (Purpose of application)2 (Fee)3 (Fee for work by Inspectors or person appointed to advise the Executive)
Original approval or reassessment of such approval of dosimetry services granted under regulation 36 of the 2017 Regulations for the purposes of regulation 18 of the 2019 Regulations£2,017£144 per hour worked
Amendment of an original approval of dosimetry services granted under regulation 26 of the 2017 Regulations for the purposes of regulation 18 of the 2019 Regulations£59£144 per hour worked

Table 3

1 (Statutory provision)2 (Fee)3 (Purpose of the work)
Section 11(1) and 11(2)(a) and (b) of the 1974 Act£3.73Processing information contained in a record sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 22(3)(e) of the 2017 Regulations

Regulations 9 and 10

SCHEDULE 7Fees payable in relation to the Explosives Regulations 2014 and the Acetylene Safety (England and Wales and Scotland) Regulations 2014 and the Petroleum (Consolidation) Regulations 2014

PART 1Fees for applications for licences, or variations to, or transfer of, licences, to manufacture or to store explosives made to licensing authorities which are licensing authorities by virtue of paragraph 1(c) or (d) of Schedule 1 to the Explosives Regulations 2014 or paragraph 1(b), 2 or 4 of that Schedule in local authority assent cases or where no assent required by virtue of regulation 13(4)(b) to (g)

1 (Provision of the Explosives Regulations 2014 under which a licence is granted)2 (Purpose of application)3 (Fee)4 (Fee for work undertaken)
Regulation 13, as extended by regulation 2(2) of those Regulations to the manufacture and storage of ammonium nitrate blasting intermediateLicence to manufacture explosives not being ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate nor relating to on-site mixing£670£135 per hour worked
Licence to manufacture or store only ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£166 per hour worked
Licence to manufacture explosives by means of on-site mixing£248£135 per hour worked
Licence to store explosives£670£135 per hour worked
Renewal of any of the above licences£88£135 per hour worked
Regulation 16Varying a licence to manufacture or store explosives, not being ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£460£135 per hour worked
Varying a licence to manufacture or store ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£166 per hour worked
Regulation 17Transfer of any of the above licences£55
Replacement of any of the licences referred to in this Part if lost£55

PART 2Fees for applications for licences, or variations to, or transfer of, licences to store explosives made to licensing authorities by virtue of paragraph 1(a) of Schedule 1 to the Explosives Regulations 2014 or paragraph 1(b), 2 or 4 of that Schedule in cases where local authority assent is not required by virtue of regulation 13(4)(a) of those Regulations

1 (Provision of the Explosives Regulations 2014 under which application is made)2 (Purpose of application)3 (Fee)
Regulation 13Licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of and Schedule 5 to the 2014 Regulations, a minimum separation distance of greater than 0 meters is required:
(a) one year’s duration£189
(b) two years’ duration£248
(c) three years’ duration£311
(d) four years’ duration£382
(e) five years’ duration£432
Licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, no minimum separation distance or a 0 meters separation distance is prescribed:
(a) one year’s duration£111
(b) two years’ duration£144
(c) three years’ duration£177
(d) four years’ duration£211
(e) five years’ duration£243
Renewal of licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, a minimum separation distance of greater than 0 meters is prescribed:
(a) one year’s duration£88
(b) two years’ duration£150
(c) three years’ duration£211
(d) four years’ duration£272
(e) five years’ duration£333
Renewal of licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, no minimum separation distance or a 0 meters minimum separation distance is prescribed:
(a) one year’s duration£55
(b) two years’ duration£88
(c) three years’ duration£123
(d) four years’ duration£155
(e) five years’ duration£189
Regulation 16Varying a licence:
(a) varying name of licensee of address of site£37
(b) any other kind of variationThe reasonable cost to the licensing authority of having the work carried out
Regulation 17Transfer of licence£37
Replacement of licence£37

Note:

The fee payable for a licence or renewal of a licence—

(a)of less than one year’s duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of one year’s duration decreased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence renewal is granted;

(b)of more than one but less than two years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence, or a renewal of a licence, of one year’s duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted;

(c)of more than two but less than three years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of two years duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted;

(d)of more than three but less than four years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of three years’ duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted;

(e)of more than four but less than five years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of four years duration increased proportionately according to the direction of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted.

PART 3Fees for explosives certificates under the Explosives Regulations 2014

1 (Provision of the Explosives Regulations 2014 under which a fee is payable)2 (Purpose of application)3 (Fee)
Regulation 11 (see note)(a) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (c), (g) or (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence to store explosives and, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations no minimum separation distance is prescribed or a 0 metres minimum separation distance is prescribed:
(i) one year’s duration£133
(ii) two years’ duration£166
(iii) three years’ duration£200
(iv) four years’ duration£233
(v) five years’ duration£267
(b) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (a):
(i) one year’s duration£117
(ii) two years’ duration£138
(iii) three years’ duration£160
(iv) four years’ duration£184
(v) five years’ duration£205
(c) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (a), (g) or (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence for the storage of no more than 2000 kilograms of explosives:
(i) one year’s duration£144
(ii) two years’ duration£177
(iii) three years’ duration£211
(iv) four years’ duration£243
(v) five years’ duration£277
(d) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (c):
(i) one year’s duration£138
(ii) two years’ duration£166
(iii) three years’ duration£194
(iv) four years’ duration£222
(v) five years’ duration£248
(e) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) or (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence for the storage of more than 2000 kilograms of explosives:
(i) one year’s duration£194
(ii) two years’ duration£233
(iii) three years’ duration£272
(iv) four years’ duration£311
(v) five years’ duration£350
(f) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (e):
(i) one year’s duration£171
(ii) two years’ duration£205
(iii) three years’ duration£238
(iv) four years’ duration£272
(v) five years’ duration£305
(g) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping only shooters’ powder at a site in relation to which the applicant holds a licence, where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the explosives certificate application which is to be determined at the same time£26
(h) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (g) where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the renewal application which is to be determined at the same time£16
(i) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping only shooters’ powder at a site in relation to which the applicant holds a licence and a relevant certificate, where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the applicant is to be determined at the same time£47
(j) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (i) where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the same applicant is to be determined at the same time£19
(k) Explosives certificate for acquiring more than 15 kilograms of explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (m) or (o)
(i) one year’s duration£133
(ii) two years’ duration£166
(iii) three years’ duration£200
(iv) four years’ duration£233
(v) five years’ duration£267
(l) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (k):
(i) one year’s duration£117
(ii) two years’ duration£138
(iii) three years’ duration£160
(iv) four years’ duration£184
(v) five years’ duration£205
(m) Explosives certificate for acquiring more than 15 kilograms of shooters’ powder only, where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the explosives certificate application which is to be determined at the same time£26
(n) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (m) where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the renewal application which is to be determined at the same time£16
(o) Explosives certificate for acquiring more than 15 kilograms of shooters’ powder only, where the applicant holds a relevant certificate and no relevant application under the 1968 Act is to be determined at the same time£47
(p) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (o) where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the applicant is to be determined at the same time£19
(q) Replacement of any explosives certificate referred to in entries (a) to (f) and (k) and (l) if lost£37
(r) Replacement of any explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) to (j) and (m) to (p) if lost£10

Note:

The fee payable for an explosives certificate or renewal of an explosive certificate (“renewal”)—

(a)of less than one year’s duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a certificate, or renewal of one year’s duration decreased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is granted;

(b)of more than one year but less than two years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate, or a renewal of one year’s duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is as granted;

(c)of more than two years but less than three years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate, or a renewal of two years’ duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is as granted;

(d)of more than three years but less than four years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate, or a renewal of three years’ duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is as granted;

(e)of more than four years but less than five years’ duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate, or a renewal of four years’ duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is as granted.

PART 4Applications under and replacements of licences under the 2014 Acetylene Regulations

1 (Purpose of application under the 2014 Acetylene Regulations)2 (Fee)3 (Fee for work by inspector)
Original application for a licence for the manufacture of compressed acetylene gas, the compression of acetylene gas, the filling of a cylinder with compressed acetylene gas or any combination of those activities under regulation 6£42£135 per hour worked
Application to renew a licence under regulation 6£42£135 per hour worked
Application to vary a licence under regulation 6£42£135 per hour worked
Application to transfer a licence under regulation 6£42£135 per hour worked
Replacement of any of the licences referred to in this Part if lost£42

PART 5Fees payable in respect of applications for the granting of storage certificates and petrol licences under the Petroleum (Consolidation) Regulations 2014

1 (Provision of the Petroleum (Consolidation) Regulations 2014 under which a fee is payable)2 (Purpose of application)3 (Fee)
Regulation 6Storage certificate, where premises to be used to store petrol of a quantity—
not exceeding 2,500 litres£45 for each year of certification
exceeding 2,500 litres but not exceeding 50,000 litres£61 for each year of certificate
exceeding 50,000 litres£128 for each year of certificate
Regulation 14Licence to keep petrol of a quantity—
not exceeding 2,500 litres£45 or each year of certification
exceeding 2,500 litres but not exceeding 50,000 litres£61 for each year of certificate
exceeding 50,000 litres£128 for each year of certificate

Regulation 11

SCHEDULE 8Fees for application for or changes to an explosives licence under Part 5 of the Dangerous Goods in Harbour Areas Regulations 2016

1 (Purpose of application)2 (Fee)
Grant of an explosives licence or an alteration of the terms of an existing explosives licence£732 plus £135 per hour worked
Varying name of licensee or address of site£57

Regulation 13

SCHEDULE 9Fees for notifications and applications under the 2014 GMO Regulations

1 (Description)2 (Fee)
(a) Notification of premises to be used for contained use for the first time under regulation 9(2)£502
(b) Notification of class 2 contained under under regulation 10(2)£1,003
(c) Notification of premises to be used for contained use for the first time under regulation 9(2) at the same time as notification of class 2 contained use under regulation 10(2)£1,003
(d) Notification of class 3 contained use under regulation 11(2)£1,086
(e) Notification of premises to be used for contained use for the first time under regulation 9(2) at the same time as notification of class 3 contained use under regulation 11(2)£1,086
(f) Notification of class 4 contained use under regulation 11(2)£1,252
(g) Notification of premises to be used for contained use for the first time under regulation 9(2) at the same time as notification of class 4 contained use under regulation 11(2)£1,252
(h) Notification of contained use under regulation 12(2)£1,003
(i) Notification of premises to be used for contained use for the first time under regulation 9(2) at the same time as notification of contained use under regulation 12(2)£1,003
(j) Notification of change or new information affecting risks under regulation 15(1)£750
(k) Application for the written agreement of the competent authority under regulation 19(2) where the application is made after a notification has been submitted pursuant to regulation (2), 10(2), 11(2) or 12(2)£750

Regulation 14

SCHEDULE 10Fees payable in respect of offshore installations

1 (Function)2 (Person by whom the fee is payable)
Assessing a design notification (sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(1) or 9(1) of the 2005 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator or owner who sent the design notification to the Executive pursuant to that provision
Assessing a relocation notification (sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(2) of the 2005 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator who sent the relocation notification to the Executive pursuant to that provision
Assessing a safety case or a revision to a current safety case (sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 2005 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to accept that safety case or revision and accepting any such safety case or revisionThe operator or owner who sent the safety case or revision to the Executive pursuant to that provision
Providing advice with respect to the preparation of a safety case or revision to a current safety case which is proposed to be sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 2005 RegulationsThe operator or owner who has requested that advice
Assessing whether to grant an exemption pursuant to regulation 23 of the 2005 Regulations and granting any such exemptionThe operator or owner who has requested the exemption
Assessing a design notification (sent to the competent authority pursuant to regulation 15(1) or 19(1) of the 2015 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator or owner who sent the design notification to the competent authority pursuant to that provision
Assessing a relocation notification (sent to the competent authority pursuant to regulation 15(3) of the 2015 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator who sent the relocation notification to the competent authority pursuant to that provision
Assessing a safety case or a revision to a current safety case (sent to the competent authority pursuant to any provision of the 2015 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to accept that safety case or revision and accepting any such safety case or revisionThe operator or owner who sent the safety case or revision to the competent authority pursuant to that provision
Providing advice with respect to the preparation of a safety case or a revision to a current safety case which is proposed to be sent to the competent authority pursuant to any provision of the 2015 RegulationsThe operator or owner who has requested that advice
Assessing whether to grant an exemption pursuant to regulation 35 of the 2015 Regulations and granting any such exemptionThe operator or owner who has requested the exemption

Regulation 15

SCHEDULE 11Fees payable in respect of gas safety functions

1 (Function)2 (Person by whom fee is payable)
Assessing a safety case or a revision of a safety case (sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 1996 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to accept that safety case or revision, and accepting any such safety case or revisionThe person conveying gas, the person intending to convey gas or the network emergency coordinator who has prepared the safety case or revision pursuant to that provision
Providing advice with respect to the preparation of a safety case or revision to a safety case which is proposed to be sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 1996 RegulationsThe person conveying gas, the person intending to convey gas or the network emergency coordinator who has requested that advice
Assessing whether to grant an exemption pursuant to regulation 11 of the 1996 RegulationsThe operator or owner who has requested the exemption

Regulation 16

SCHEDULE 12Fees payable in relation to nuclear assessments, design proposals and potential nuclear site applications under section 1(1) of the 1965 Act

Table 1

1 (Statutory provision(s))2 (Purpose of the work)3 (Person by whom the fee is payable)
(a) Section 78 of the 2013 ActPreparing an assessment agreementThe person who has requested the assessment of the design proposal
(b) Section 78 of the 2013 Act and sections 1(1) and 3 of the 1965 ActAssessing a design proposal

Table 2

1 (Statutory provision(s))2 (Purpose of the work)3 (Person by whom the fee is payable)
Section 78 of the 2013 Act and sections 1(3) and 3 of the 1965 ActProviding advice to a potential applicant for a licence under section 1(1) of the 1965 Act on any matter relating to a potential application for a licenceThe person who has requested the advice

Regulation 18

SCHEDULE 13Fees for applications for approvals under the Offshore Installations and Pipelines Works (First-Aid) Regulations 1989

Table 1

1 (Fee for an original approval of offshore first-aid training)2 (Fee for an original approval of offshore medical training)3 (Fee for renewal of approval of offshore first-aid training)4 (Fee for renewal of approval of offshore medical training)
£1,800£2,479£125£125

Table 2

1 (Fee for an additional site visit relating to offshore first-aid training)2 (Fee for additional site visit relating to offshore medical training)
£601£1,419

Table 3

1 (Fee for an initial site visit relating to offshore first-aid training)2 (Fee for an initial site visit relating to offshore medical training)3 (Fee for any additional site visit relating to offshore first-aid training)4 (Fee for any additional site visit relating to offshore medical training)
£612£1,419£601£1,419

Table 4

1 (Fee for a site visit to investigate a complaint relating to offshore first-aid training)2 (Fee for a site visit to investigate a complaint relating to offshore medical training)3 (Fee for a cancelled site visit relating to offshore first-aid training)4 (Fee for a cancelled site visit relating to offshore medical training)
£612£1,419£612The reasonable cost to the Executive due to the cancellation

Regulation 20

SCHEDULE 14Fees for notifications under the Borehole Sites and Operations Regulations 1995

1 (Function)2 (Person by whom fee is payable)
Assessing a notification sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(1) of the 1995 Regulations for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator of a borehole site
Assessing a notification sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(2) of the 1995 Regulations for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator of a borehole site
Assessing a notification sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(3) of the 1995 Regulations for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe person entitled to drill the borehole
Assessing a notification sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(4) of the 1995 Regulations for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator of a borehole site
Assessing a notification sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(5) of the 1995 Regulations for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator of a borehole site or, in the case of particulars previously notified under regulation 6(3) of the 1995 Regulations, the person entitled to drill the borehole

Regulation 21

SCHEDULE 15Fees for activities in respect of which a fee is payable and daily rate under the Biocides Regulation and the 2013 Biocidal Products and Chemicals Regulations

1 (Activity)2 (Fee per person per day worked)
(a) Validation of an application for approval of an active substance£475
(b) Evaluation of an application to approve an active substance£475
(c) Evaluation of an application to renew an active substance approval£475
(d) Validation of an application to amend the conditions of approval of an active substance£475
(e) Evaluation of an application to amend the conditions of approval of an active substance£475
(f) Work relating to a request for inclusion of an active substance in the Simplified Active Substance List made on behalf of an economic operator£475
(g) Validation of an application to amend the conditions of inclusion of an active substance in the Simplified Active Substance List£475
(h) Evaluation of an application to amend the conditions of inclusion of an active substance in the Simplified Active Substance List£475
(i) Meetings with applicants and prospective applicants£475
(j) Evaluation of an application to authorise a biocidal product under the simplified procedure£418
(k) Validation of an application for a national authorisation of a biocidal product£418
(l) Evaluation of an application for a national authorisation of a biocidal product£418
(m) Evaluation of an application to renew a national authorisation of a biocidal product£418
(n) Determination of an application to amend an existing biocidal product£418
(o) Evaluation of an application for an emergency use permit£418
(p) Assessment of an application to be included in the list of suppliers maintained under Article 95 of the Biocides Regulation£475
(q) Determination of a request that information on an active substance or product is not made publicly available£475
(r) Determination of the classification of a proposed change to an authorised product in accordance with Regulation 354/2013£475
(s) Determination of an application to be a participant for the review of an active substance/product-type combination under Article 17 of Regulation 1062/2014£475
(t) Assessment of technical equivalence£475
(u) Evaluation of an application under regulation 13 of the 2013 Biocidal Products and Chemicals Regulations£418

Regulation 22

SCHEDULE 16Fees payable for activities under the CLP Regulation

1 (Activity)2 (Person by whom fee is payable)3 (Fee per person per day worked)
Consideration of a proposal submitted under sub paragraph (1) of paragraph 3 of Article 37APerson submitting the application£475

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