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Latest Guidance Notes

The latest Guidance Notes were issued in November 2015.

There are two versions of the Guidance Notes.

Please select the appropriate link below according to the application type:

Please note that an online application must be completed and submitted within a period of 6 months.  If it has not been submitted within 6 months of starting the application, then the incomplete application will be archived.

We can by prior arrangement extend this period, please email the administration team if you require more time to complete your application.
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