APHA bovine TB contacts in England

APHA England TB Advice Team

03000 200 301

[email protected]

APHA Customer Service Centres (CSC)

Location

       Contact details

             Main areas of work

 

 

 

 

Exeter

APHA, Isca Building, Manley House, Kestrel Way, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LQ

Tel: 03000 200 301

Fax: 02080 260 187

APHA’s main administration centre for bovine TB in England, including:

  • Reactor removal
  • Valuation and compensation
  • TB licensing
  • Approved TB units
  • Pre- and post-movement TB testing
  • TB skin and gamma testing
  • TB in non-bovine species

 

Cardiff

APHA, Government Buildings, 66 Ty Glas Road, Llanishen, Cardiff, CF14 5ZB

Tel: 02920 768555

[email protected]

  • Overdue TB Tests
  • TB Tracings
  • Registration for an additional CPH

 
Stafford

Tel: 03000 200 301

[email protected]

  • TB Customer Advice helpline

APHA’s intelligence unit

APHA’s Intelligence Unit identifies threats that undermine UK policies for safeguarding animal and plant health. This includes collecting, evaluating and analysing information sourced from APHA staff, members of the public, other government departments and non-governmental organisations. 

Information is used to produce threat assessments which highlight areas of non-compliance that put effective disease control and export trade at risk. In the context of bovine TB controls, APHA’s intelligence unit receives information about potential non-compliance including;

  • Illegal movement of animals on and off holdings subject to TB movement restrictions
  • Interference with the tuberculin skin test to manufacture TB reactors
  • Non-compliance relating to APHA approved TB units and markets
  • Alleged poor quality tuberculin skin testing by official veterinarians

Members of the public can contact APHA’s intelligence unit (anonymously if preferred) to report any information that relates to failure to comply with bovine TB controls. The information is evaluated and the non-compliance investigated and dealt with as appropriate by the relevant authorities.

Contact APHA’s intelligence Unit

[email protected]