Project Licences (PPLs)

An introduction

The project licence is central to the operation of A(SP)A. A project licence is granted to an individual to manage a program of research (“experiments”) that involves regulated procedures on protected animals. As a personal licence holder (or “licensee”), you cannot conduct any procedures on animals unless a project licence has been granted, authorising those particular procedures, for a specified purpose. You must also have been given the approval of the holder of the project licence to work under the authority of their licence.


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Updated on 6th June 2020

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