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Charges and Fees

Unless otherwise specified, information made available through the University's Publication Scheme will be free of charge.

Unless otherwise specified, information made available through the University's Publication Scheme will be free of charge.

In cases where it is appropriate to provide information in hard copy format, we charge to cover photocopying costs only if the documents in question exceed 50 sheets of A4 paper. This is charged at 10p per sheet.

i.e. 50 sheets at 10p per sheet = £5 + postage and packaging.

If the costs of obtaining information exceed reasonable limits (as set by the Fees Regulations, currently £450 or about 2.5 days of staff time), the University will refer to the applicant and attempt to refine the request so as to reduce the potential retrieval costs. Where this is not possible, the University will pass on the costs to the applicant. In this instance, we will issue an official University invoice, based on our estimate of the retrieval costs, and will undertake retrieval after payment of the amount. In extreme circumstances, the University maintains the right to exemption through disproportionate effort.

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