We have argued in favour of a banded approach, but that the current fees attached to bands aren’t appropriate on a per-student basis.
We have also pointed out that charging DQB fees from 1 April could amount to double-charging, and would be an in-year, non-budgeted cost.
Our full response can be found here.
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