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GPhC proposes raising registration fees for first time since 2015


By Beth Kennedy
Editor-in-chief

12 Oct 2018

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) will consult on raising its registration its registration fees for 2019/20 – the first time it has proposed increasing them since 2015 – it has announced.

The regulator is proposing that pharmacists’ fees should raise by £7 to £257, pharmacy technicians’ fees should raise by £3 to £121 and pharmacy premises fees should raise by £21 to £262.

The proposed fees are still lower than 2011’s fees, the GPhC highlighted.

The proposed fees would make the fee for registered pharmacies higher than the fee for pharmacists for the first time, it added.


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