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Règlement de 2013 portant modification du Règlement sur l'imposition relative à la santé des plantes en Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

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Détails Détails Année de version 2013 Dates Entrée en vigueur: 1 janvier 2014 Adopté/e: 4 décembre 2013 Type de texte Textes règlementaires Sujet Protection des obtentions végétales, Divers Notes These Regulations, issued pursuant to section 56(1) of the Finance Act 1973, amend the Plant Health (Fees) (England) Regulations 2013 and implement article 13 13d of Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the Community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the Community ('the Directive').
These Regulations are structured into 4 regulations and 2 Schedules. Schedule 2, in particular, provides for reduced rate fees for certain plants and plant products subject to reduced frequency inspections under the procedure provided for in Articles 13d(2) and 18(2) of the Directive.

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S T A T U T O R Y I N S T R U M E N T S

2013 No. 3050

PLANT HEALTH, ENGLAND

The Plant Health (Fees) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2013

Made - - - - 4th December 2013

Laid before Parliament 9th December 2013

Coming into force - - 1st January 2014

The Secretary of State, with the consent of the Treasury, makes these Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by section 56(1) of the Finance Act 1973(1).

Citation and commencement

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Plant Health (Fees) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 and come into force on 1st January 2014.

Amendment of the Plant Health (Fees) (England) Regulations 2013

2. The Plant Health (Fees) (England) Regulations 2013(2) are amended in accordance with these Regulations.

Amendment of Schedule 1

3. In Schedule 1, in column 3 of the entry relating to “Soil and growing medium, bark”, for “1.89” substitute “1.98”.

Substitution of Schedule 2

4. For Schedule 2, substitute—

(1) 1973 c. 51. (2) S.I. 2013/494.

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“SCHEDULE 2 Regulation 2(2)(a)(ii) and (3)(b)

Import Inspection Fees: Reduced Rates

Column 1

Genus

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Country of origin

Column 4

Fee for each consignment (daytime working hours) (£)

Column 5

Fee for each consignment (non-daytime working hours) (£)

Cut Flowers Colombia 1.48 2.23

Ecuador 7.44 11.17

Kenya 2.48 3.72

up to 20,000 in number

Turkey 12.41 18.62

Colombia 0.01, up to a maximum of 11.91

0.01, up to a maximum of 17.87

Ecuador 0.05, up to a maximum of 59.59

0.08, up to a maximum of 89.39

Kenya 0.02, up to a maximum of 19.87

0.03, up to a maximum of 29.80

Dianthus

each additional 1,000 or part thereof

Turkey 0.10, up to a maximum of 99.36

0.16, up to a maximum of 149.04

Colombia 1.43 2.14

Ecuador 1.43 2.14

Ethiopia 4.96 7.45

Kenya 2.48 3.72

Tanzania 7.44 11.17

up to 20,000 in number

Zambia 12.41 18.62

Colombia 0.01, up to a maximum of 11.89

0.01, up to a maximum of 17.84

Ecuador 0.01, up to a maximum of 11.89

0.01, up to a maximum of 17.84

Rosa

each additional 1,000 or part thereof

Ethiopia 0.04, up to a maximum of 39.72

0.06, up to a maximum of 59.58

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Column 1

Genus

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Country of origin

Column 4

Fee for each consignment (daytime working hours) (£)

Column 5

Fee for each consignment (non-daytime working hours) (£)

Kenya 0.02, up to a maximum of 19.87

0.03, up to a maximum of 29.80

Tanzania 0.05, up to a maximum of 59.59

0.08, up to a maximum of 89.39

Zambia 0.07, up to a maximum of 99.36

0.10, up to a maximum of 149.04

Branches with foliage up to 100 kg Costa Rica 17.35 26.03Phoenix

each additional 100 kg or part thereof

Costa Rica 1.70, up to a maximum of 139.05

2.56, up to a maximum of 208.57

Fruit

Egypt 7.45 11.17

Israel 4.96 7.45

Mexico 7.45 11.17

Morocco 2.48 3.72

Peru 7.44 11.17

Tunisia 12.41 18.62

Turkey 1.46 2.19

Uruguay 7.45 11.17

up to 25,000 kg

USA 7.45 11.17

Egypt 0.28 0.42

Israel 0.21 0.31

Mexico 0.28 0.42

Morocco 0.07 0.10

Peru 0.29 0.44

Tunisia 0.49 0.73

Turkey 0.03 0.05

Uruguay 0.28 0.42

Citrus

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

USA 0.28 0.42

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Column 1

Genus

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Country of origin

Column 4

Fee for each consignment (daytime working hours) (£)

Column 5

Fee for each consignment (non-daytime working hours) (£)

Argentina 12.41 18.62

Brazil 12.41 18.62

Chile 2.47 3.70

New Zealand 4.96 7.45

South Africa 2.47 3.70

up to 25,000 kg

USA 24.83 37.25

Argentina 0.49 0.74

Brazil 0.49 0.74

Chile 0.07 0.10

New Zealand 0.21 0.31

South Africa 0.07 0.10

Malus

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

USA 0.99 1.48

up to 25,000 kg Brazil 24.83 37.25Mangifera

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

Brazil 0.99 1.48

Colombia 4.96 7.45

Kenya 4.96 7.45

South Africa 17.38 26.07

up to 25,000 kg

Zimbabwe 37.24 55.87

Colombia 0.17 0.26

Kenya 0.17 0.26

South Africa 0.69 1.03

Passiflora

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

Zimbabwe 1.48 2.22

Argentina 24.83 37.25

Chile 4.96 7.45

Morocco 24.83 37.25

South Africa 4.96 7.45

Turkey 7.44 11.17

Prunus up to 25,000 kg

USA 7.44 11.17

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Column 1

Genus

Column 2

Quantity

Column 3

Country of origin

Column 4

Fee for each consignment (daytime working hours) (£)

Column 5

Fee for each consignment (non-daytime working hours) (£)

Argentina 0.97 1.46

Chile 0.17 0.26

Morocco 0.97 1.46

South Africa 0.17 0.26

Turkey 0.29 0.44

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

USA 0.29 0.44

Argentina 4.96 7.45

Chile 12.41 18.62

China 24.83 37.25

up to 25,000 kg

South Africa 4.96 7.45

Argentina 0.17 0.26

Chile 0.49 0.73

China 0.97 1.46

Pyrus

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

South Africa 0.17 0.26

up to 25,000 kg Argentina 11.74 17.61Vaccinium

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

Argentina 0.47 0.71

Vegetables up to 25,000 kg Surinam 17.38 26.07Momordica

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof

Surinam 0.69 1.03

Kenya 4.96 7.45up to 25,000 kg

Turkey 4.96 7.45

Kenya 0.17 0.26

Solanum melongena

each additional 1,000 kg or part thereof Turkey 0.17 0.26”.

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28th November 2013

de Mauley Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

We consent

4th December 2013

Mark Lancaster Anne Milton

Two of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty’s Treasury

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EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the Regulations)

These Regulations amend the Plant Health (Fees) (England) Regulations 2013 (S.I. 2013/494) (“the principal Regulations”). The principal Regulations implement Article 13d of Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the Community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the Community (OJNo. 169, 10.7.2000, p. 1) (“the Directive”) which requires Member States to charge fees to cover the costs of documentary, identity and plant health checks of certain imports of plants, plant products and other objects from third countries set out in Annex V, Part B of the Directive. Schedule 2 to the principal Regulations sets out reduced rate fees for certain plants and plant products subject to reduced frequency inspections agreed under the procedure provided for in Articles 13d(2) and 18(2) of the Directive. Regulation 4 of these Regulations substitutes a new Schedule 2 to give effect to the latest agreement by the EU Standing Committee on Plant Health in respect of reduced rate fees. The inspection rates for the following have increased with matching increases in fees: Dianthus from Ecuador (from 10% to 15%); Rosa from Tanzania (from 10% to 15%); Malus from Argentina and the USA (from 10% to 25% and 35% to 50% respectively); and Passiflora from Zimbabwe (from 50% to 75%). Aster from Zimbabwe and Rosa from Uganda are no longer eligible for reduced rate fees since these are subject to 100% inspection frequency. Accordingly, they are removed from Schedule 2 and the fees in Schedule 1 to the principal Regulations are applied for these consignments. The inspection rates for the following have decreased with matching decreases in fees: Dianthus from Colombia (from 5% to 3%); Citrus from Peru (from 25% to 15%); Passiflora from South Africa (from 50% to 35%); and Momordica from Surinam (from 50% to 35%). Mangifera from Brazil is newly eligible for reduced rate fees corresponding to its decreased inspection rate from 100% to 50% and is accordingly added to Schedule 2. Regulation 3 corrects an error in one of the 100% inspection level fees specified in Schedule 1. An impact assessment has not been produced for this instrument as no or no significant impact on the private or voluntary sectors is foreseen and they implement annual changes in fees in line with a predetermined level rather than fundamental changes to the regulatory regime itself.


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