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Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014 Proposed fees

DepartmentJustice and Home Affairs
Start date26/06/2018
End date21/08/2018
Type of consultationWhite paper
Deadline for comments21/08/2018

About the consultation

The purpose of this document is to inform key stakeholders, including care providers, care users and their representatives, about the proposed fee structure and the suggested amount of those fees.

The Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014 (the “2014 Law”) provides a framework for the regulation of health and social care in Jersey. It is envisaged that the 2014 Law will come into force in late 2018, once the States Assembly had debated associated Regulations including:

  • the Regulation of Care (Regulated Activities) (Jersey) Regulations 201-
  • the Regulation of Care (Standards and Requirements) (Jersey) Regulations 201- 

The 2014 Law provides for the introduction of a range of fees including: 

  • fees associated with making an initial application for registration 
  • annual fees for continued registration (Article 9)
  • fees associated with applying for a variation on conditions of registration and;
  • miscellaneous fees including replacement registration certificates and provision of paper copies of reports.

The attached reports sets out the proposed fees, provides information on the factors that have been taken into consideration when developing those fees and draws comparisons other jurisdictions. 

Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014 Proposed fees

Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014 Proposed fees schedule

Public meeting dates

​18 July 2018 6:30pm to 8pm

Halliwell Threatre, Peter Crill House, Gloucester Street St Helier

How to submit comments to the consultation


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