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These are the current fees charged by the UKPHR. Please note the new fee structure from 1 July 2013.
Assessment fee for applicants coming through the Assessment for Defined Specialists (Retrospective Portfolio Assessment): £250 until 30 June 2013. From 1 July 2013: £300
Assessment fee for applicants coming through the Recognition of Specialist Status: Exceptional Route (Retrospective Portfolio Assessment): £300 until 30 June 2013. From 1 July 2013: £350.
Until 30 June 2013: Initial registration fee: £250, followed by an annual retention fee of £250
From 1 July 2013: Initial registration fee £300, followed by an annual retention fee of £295.
For registrants who have allowed their registration to lapse, a readmission fee is due on their return to registration. There will be no grace period, ie the readmission fee will be payable by anyone whose registration has lapsed, on receipt of their request for readmission to the register. The readmission fee of £130 (specialists) and £40 (practitioners) is in addition to the annual retention fee for the current year and for any intervening years in which the lapsed registrant should have remained registered.
For full details on the UKPHR policy regarding lapsed registration, voluntary erasure and suspension or involuntary erasure of registration please click here for the relevant Board statement.
Until 30 June 2013: Initial registration: £75 + £20 administration fee, Annual retention fee: £75
From 1 July 2013: Initial registration: £95 + £25 administration fee, Annual retention fee: £95
Registrants admitted to the Register after October 2012 are required to pay their renewal fees by direct debit. New applications for Practitioners and Specialists (including the first retention fee for Specialists) should continue to be paid by cheque.