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We have the responsibility of issuing premises licences for the following types of premises:
adult gaming centres
When making an application for any licence under the Gambling Act the applicant must take into account the three licensing objectives, which are:
Operator's licences and personal licences are issued by the Gambling Commission.
There are four main types of gambling permit that licensing authorities are responsible for issuing under the Gambling Act.
In order to register as a small society lottery, the society in question must be set up for non commercial purposes e.g. sports, cultural or charitable. Every ticket in the lottery must cost the same and the ticket fee must be paid to the society before entry into the draw is allowed. There is a maximum limit of £20,000 or less in ticket sales per single lottery, and no single prize may be worth more than £25,000. Lottery tickets can only be sold by persons over the age of 16. Please contact us for more information.
Further information can be found from the Gambling Commission.
Our statement of licensing policy for premises licensed for gambling, sets out the issues which we will take into consideration when determining premises' licenses and covers licensed premises throughout the borough.
There are currently no applications pending.
We are required under the Gambling Act 2005 to review our statement of principles for gambling every three years. Following a public consultation during October and November 2018, the revised statement of principles for 2019–22 was agreed at Full Council in January 2019.
Our statement sets out the issues which we will take into consideration when determining applications under the Gambling Act 2005 and covers licensed premises throughout the borough.
The telephone lines are open everyday, 10am–12 noon and 2–4pm.
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