2. Renewing your registration annually
Each registrant is required to renew their registration on an annual basis by midnight on 1st July.
You will be prompted 2 months prior to your due date to begin to complete the requirements of your annual renewal within your registrant portal.
Click here to view the latest renewal fees.
This requirement comprises of 2 components:
You will have the option to pay your renewal fees in full or through monthly instalments.
You can now claim tax relief on your annual renewal fees from the 6th April 2015.
The declaration form will be available to be completed online.
It is only when UKPHR receives a satisfactory declaration form and payment of fees that your registration will be renewed for a further year. This must be completed before your annual renewal date of 1st July.
Not renewed on time?
Registrants are provided a 15 working day grace period to complete the requirements and within this time, registrants will remain “active” and visible on the public Register. Post 15 working days, if the requirements are not fulfilled, a registrants status will be made “lapse” and their name no longer visible on the public Register. Should a registrant wish to restore their “active” status, they are expected to apply for restoration to the Register via an application directly to the Registrar, which may incur an one-off restoration fee and any renewal fees in arrears.
For further information on how to restore ‘current’ status to the register, please click here.