Fees and payments
As an executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), we are funded from Grant-in-Aid from the DHSC and devolved administrations and licence fees charged to licenced establishments.
Licence fees and payments 2023/24
Below are details of changes for the 2023/24 financial year as follows:
- Licence fees are set to recover the cost of regulation and despite every possible efficiency being made this cost has risen. The resulting increase in total fees recovered is 4.1%.
- There has been little or no change to the fee levels for Anatomy, Public Display and Research sectors.
- Increases in Human Application, OTD and Post Mortem sectors have been capped at 6% or lower.
- All fee increases remain below annual Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published by the Office for National Statistics in September 2022, when the revised fees were proposed.
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Previous licence fees
Browse the application and licence fees for previous financial years. Please note this information is available in the interest of transparency and is no longer in effect.
What are licence fees?
Find out more about our licence fees, their structure, and how we use these fees to recover the costs of our licensing work.