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Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 No 63
Current version for 15 November 2019 to date (accessed 26 January 2020 at 04:08)
2.12 Applications for licences
(1) An application for a biodiversity conservation licence—(a) is to be made to the Environment Agency Head in the form approved by that Agency Head and containing the information required by that Agency Head, and(b) is to be accompanied by the standard application fee prescribed by the regulations.(2) If the Environment Agency Head considers that the cost of determining a particular application for a biodiversity conservation licence exceeds the standard application fee, that Agency Head may require the applicant to pay an additional amount for the determination of the application if the additional amount is calculated in accordance with a methodology published by the Environment Agency Head and does not exceed the additional reasonable costs of determining that application.Note.See section 14.6 with respect to recovery, waiver or refund of fees.(3) The Environment Agency Head may require the applicant for a biodiversity conservation licence to provide such additional information as the Environment Agency Head may require to determine the application.