Marine licensing: fees
Fees information for the different marine licences and associated work.
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Fees are payable for different types of project based on the time it takes the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science to process the application.
An MMO case manager will notify you of the suitable fee band for your application. This can be changed if new information about your project makes a different band more suitable. If your application is moved to a different band, MMO will seek your agreement before doing any further work.
Where an application is to carry out more than 1 licensable activity and they fall in different fee bands, the higher fee band is payable.
For example, an application to dredge material and dispose of it at sea includes a band 3 project (dredging) and a band 2 project (disposal – if fewer than 1 million cubic metres), so the fees applied to the application will be band 3.
From 1 October 2014 you will also be charged a fee for any new licence variation or post-consent work, even if the licence was issued before this date.
See how to get a licence for a burial at sea.
Marine Licensing Team
0300 123 1032
Published: 11 June 2014
Updated: 5 April 2017
- Terms and Conditions for carrying out chargeable activities for marine licensing PDF updated
- Terms and Conditions for carrying out chargeable activities for marine licensing added
- Bank details changed
- Added information about fees for variations and monitoring which will be charged from 1 October 2014.
- First published.