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Renewal: pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

Need to complete your renewal?

All you need from your renewal or reminder notice is your:

  • Registration Number
  • Renewal Number

Log on to myGPhC to complete your renewal or call Talking Tech on 020 7950 0103 to renew by phone.

Renewal declarations

Renewal fees

The fees for renewal of registration are:

  • Pharmacist: £250
  • Pharmacy technician: £118

If you have a Direct Debit set up you still need to complete your declarations to for your registration renewal to be successful

Don't want to renew? Learn more about Voluntary Removal here.

Have another question? Visit our FAQs

Step 1: Make sure you have the correct information to hand

You will need your registration number and renewal number and your credit or debit card details (if you have not already set up a Direct Debit). You can find your registration and renewal number in your renewal notification letter. If you've misplaced your notification contact our customer services team 0203 713 8000.

To renew by telephone, call 0845 872 5114, and follow the spoken instructions.

Step 2: Log into and check that your details are up to date

If you have changed your registered address, email or telephone number since you last renewed your registration, you should update your details at If you have changed your name, download a change of details form, which you can send us at

Step 3: Make your declarations

You need to make two sets of declarations. The first is a declaration that you are fit to practise without restrictions, and the second is a declaration that you intend to practise as a pharmacist or pharmacy technician in Great Britain, and that the information provided in your application is complete, true and accurate. You can view the renewal declarations here. Whether you are renewing online or via the automated telephone service, you will be asked to make both these declarations.

Step 4: Pay the fee

The annual renewal fee is as posted above. You can also make arrangements to pay annually or quarterly by direct debit. Further information about setting up a Direct Debit is available.

If you choose to pay by credit card there is a surcharge of 2% of your renewal fee.

You can download your receipt which is available from - receipts are not sent by post.

Renewal payment methods

When you make your renewal fee payment online using a credit or debit card

Credit cards attract a surcharge of 2% of your renewal fee.

On completing your declarations you will be automatically transferred to the Worldpay payment site where you will complete a 3-D Secure payment process.

Once payment is completed you will return to myGPhC and be able to download your receipt immediately. This receipt is also your notice of entry. Receipts will not be sent by post.

When you make your renewal fee payment by telephone

The telephone system is an automated process. You will confirm your selection by pressing the appropriate button. The call will last approximately 5 minutes. 

Calls from a BT landline cost no more than a call to a 01 or 02 number. Calls from a mobile or another network may vary.

When you make your renewal fee payment by direct debit

If you want to set up a direct debit to pay your renewal fees complete and send the appropriate mandate form below to the Customer Services Team by post. Registration renewal can be paid by Annual or Staged direct debit.

Your Direct Debit mandate must be received by a specific date in order to be processed in time for the renewal of your registration. You will find this date in your registration renewal letter. If you have misplaced your letter you can contact our customer services team who will be able to advise you of the date for your renewal cycle and answer any other questions you may have about renewals.

Do not attempt to complete your renewal declarations until you have received confirmation that your direct debit has been set up. 

Download the direct debit form - pharmacist

Download the direct debit form - technician

Have another question about renewal payments? Visit our renewal payment FAQs.