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If we receive information that licensable activities are being carried out without a licence, we will undertake an investigation. If necessary, we will also issue both advice and warnings. If licensable activities are being carried out without a licence, we will normally require the...
This section is designed to help Designated Individuals (DIs) and named contacts to understand their role and responsibilities. On these pages, you will find general information, as well as sector-specific information.
This content is also relevant to Licence Holders and individuals...
In February and March 2017, we hosted a series of webinars prior to the launch of the revised Codes of Practice. The webinars provided an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the key changes to each Code and corresponding licensing standards.
You can find recordings of the...
We held five webinars throughout the consultation period. The webinars provided opportunities to talk to us about the proposals and were hosted by Sue Gallone, Director of Resources.
To view recordings frome the webinars, please click one of the links below:
Once the consultation closes we will analyse all the responses received. A summary of the consultation responses will be published on our website. Responses will inform our final fee structure proposals.
The HTA is an executive Non-Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Department of Health and Social Care, established by the Human Tissue Act 2004.
The HTA provides a wide range of staff benefits and provides an excellent working environment for our diverse group of staff. Our aim is to develop skilled and motivated people that are proud to work at the HTA and are committed to achieving our goals.