Fees 2017

The application fee for the 2017 Competition remains at £2,160 (£1800 + VAT).  Payment may be moaade online (preferred debit card) or by electronic transfer or by cheque.  In addition, applicants can pay by credit card, although this will incur a supplement surcharge.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants, remains at £3,600 (£3,000+ VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent.  Further advice on payment is given to successful applicants at the relevant time.

Fees 2016-17

The application fee for the 2016-17 Competition remains at £2,160 (£1,800 + VAT). Payment may be made online (preferred debit card) or by Electronic transfer or by cheque. In addition, applicants can pay by credit card, although this will incur a supplement surcharge.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants remains at £3,600 (£3,000 + VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent. Further advice on payment is given to successful applicants at the relevant time.

Fees 2015-16

The application fee for the 2015-16 Competition remains at £2,160 (£1,800 + VAT). Payment may be made online (preferred debit card) or by Electronic transfer or by cheque. In addition, applicants can pay by credit card, although this will incur a supplement surcharge.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants remains at £3,600 (£3,000 + VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent. Further advice on payment is given to successful applicants at the relevant time.

Fees 2014-15

The application fee for the 2014-15 Competition is £2,160 (£1,800 + VAT), this is a reduction from previous competitions. Payment may be made online (preferred debit card) or by Electronic transfer or by cheque. In addition, applicants can pay by credit card, although this will incur a supplement surcharge.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants, is now reduced to £3,600 (£3,000 + VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent. Further advice on payment is given to successful applicants at the relevant time.

Fees 2013-14

The application fee for the 2012-13 Competition is £2340 (£1950 + VAT), the same as 2012-13. Payment may be made by BACS Transfer or by cheque.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants, remains at £3,500 (+ VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent. Further advice on payment is given to successful applicants at the relevant time.

Fees 2012-13

The application fee for the 2012-13 Competition is £2340 (£1950 + VAT), the same as 2011-12, which represented an 11% decrease from the 2010-11 application fee. Payment may be made by BACS Transfer or by cheque.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants, remains at £3,500 (+ VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent. Further advice on payment is given to successful applicants at the relevant time.

Fees 2011-12

The application fee for the 2011-12 Competition was £2340 (£1950 + VAT). A 11% decrease from the 2010-11 application fee.

The appointment fee, payable only by successful applicants, remained at £3,500 (+ VAT), in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent. In 2011-12 the fee for the Letters Patent and the Appointment few were collected together by QCA and were payable by cheque or by BACS transfer.

Fees 2010-11

The process is required to be self financing. The application fee for the 2010-11 competition was £2,200 (£2,585 including VAT of £385). A further fee of £3500 plus VAT was payable by successful applicants on appointment, in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent.

Fees 2009-10

The process is required to be self financing. The application fee for the 2009-10 competition was £2350 plus VAT (a total of £2702.50). A further fee of £3500 plus VAT was payable by successful applicants on appointment, in addition to the fee payable to the Exchequer for the Letters Patent.

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