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ICO Data Protection Registration

ICO Data Protection Registration

GDPR/ Data Protection Act 2018

The Data Protection Regulation 2018 require every business that processes personal information to pay an annual Data Protection fee to the Information Commissioners Office, failure to pay the fee may result in fines up to £4000.

Under the Data Protection Regulations 2018 you must also pay an annual data protection fee, unless you are exempt.

ICO Registration feesICO Renewal fees
Registration Fee – £240 + £40 ICO registration feeOne Year: (to 2024) – Fee £240 ICO registration fee
Three Years: (to 2026) – Fee £620 ICO registration fee (save 17%)


The annual Data Protection fee is £40 to £60, depending on your turnover.

  • Micro Organisations – Your turnover is less than of £632,000 or no more than 10 members of staff. (Tier 1)
  • Small and Medium Organisation – You have a maximum turnover of £36 million or no more than 250 members of staff. (Tier 2)

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) is the UK’s Data Protection Regulator.

If you hold personal information (including clients names, addresses and telephone numbers) it’s likely you’ll need to register.

Registering with the ICO shows your customers and suppliers that you are aware of your Data Protection obligations.

Data Protection Public Register

All fee paying company names are published on the Data Protection Public Register.

  • Name and address of the controller
  • Data protection registration number
  • Date the fee was paid and when it is due to expire
  • Any other trading names of the organisation
  • Contact details for the Data Protection Officer

ICO Registration Certificate example

ICO Registration Certificate

  • ICO Registration
  • Please register our company with the Information Commissioners Office.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.