Guidance

Make a payment to MHRA

How to make a payment to MHRA by credit or debit card or a bank transfer and manage your account on iRIS.

From 1 April 2017 the way you will pay for medicines licences, clinical trials and clinical investigations has changed.

Applicants will no longer have to attach proof of payment to applications, reducing the regulatory burden and making the end-to-end process simpler, easier and quicker.

You will receive an invoice to allow you to make payment for the correct amount once your application has been validated.

There have been no changes to our payment terms and invoices must be settled on receipt of invoice.

Penalty fees can be incurred for non-payment, details of the penalties are set out in the Fees Regulations.

Non-payment may also result in suspension of any licence or authorisation, followed by legal proceedings for unpaid amounts, as a debt due to the Crown.

Bank transfer

You can make a bank transfer to remit payment of invoices.

Account details:

  • account name: MHRA
  • account number: 10004386
  • sort code: 60-70-80
  • swift code: NWBKGB2L
  • IBAN: GB68NWBK60708010004386

National Westminster Bank
RBS, London Corporate Service Centre, 2nd Floor
280 Bishopsgate
London
EC2M 4RB

Send remittance details to:

MHRA Accounts Receivable
10 South Colonnade
London
E14 4PU

Or email details to sales.invoices@mhra.gov.uk

Credit or debit card

You can pay by credit or debit card for your outstanding invoices.

See the terms and conditions for making a payment by credit and debit card (PDF, 121KB, 3 pages) .

iRIS is no longer available

If you have any questions please get in touch by emailing sales.invoices@mhra.gov.uk or calling +44 (0)20 3080 6533.

Published 18 December 2014
Last updated 23 November 2018 + show all updates
  1. Payment methods has been updated.
  2. Changed MHRA address.
  3. iRIS is no longer available - the page has been updated to reflect this.
  4. Updated information about iRIS availability.
  5. Update to the information about iRIS.
  6. Updated payment methods
  7. Updated the details that need to be provided for proof of payment applications when making a payment to MHRA.
  8. Please note that MHRA bank details have now changed.
  9. First published.