Last edited 03 Nov 2016

Statutory fees

Statutory fees are fees relating to the exercise of statutory powers. The level of some of these fees are fixed by government statute.

In the construction industry, statutory fees are likely to relate to issues such as; planning applications, building regulations applications, licensing, highways works, Land Registry fees and so on.

Some examples of such fees are set out below.

Planning permission:

Building Regulations:

These are also other non-statutory fees that the building control body can charge, such as providing a copy of an approval notice or completion certificate.

Licensing:

  • Premises licence.
  • Personal licence.
  • Temporary events.
  • Private water supplies fees.
  • Industrial pollution prevention and control charges.

Transport and highways:

  • Streetworks sample inspections.
  • Streetworks defect follow up.
  • Streetworks fixed penalty notices.

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