Permits. Local authorities already issue a number of permits or registrations for activities under existing gambling legislation. Under the Gambling Act 2005, Wyre Forest District Council will be responsible for dealing with the following permits and registrations.
The Gambling Act 2005 provides a system of licensing and regulation for commercial gambling, and gives us extended responsibilities for licensing premises for gambling. The Act sets out three gambling objectives that we have a duty to promote. These are: Preventing gambling from being a source of crime or disorder, being associated with crime and disorder or being used to support crime.
Gambling Act 2005 - Fees and Charges. Licensing Authorities are required to set their fees under the Gambling Act 2005 on a cost recovery basis, within the maxima for each category of licence contained in The Gambling (Premises Licence Fees) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007.The first annual charge is payable 30 days after the grant of licence, and the annual fee will then be payable before each anniversary of the issue of the licence. Other gambling licence fees. See details of other Gambling Act fees and charges. Also see. business licences; apply for a gambling premises licence; Gambling Act 2005; York's.Annual fees. You will need to pay an annual fee to ensure your operating licence remains valid.. It is a requirement of the Gambling Act 2005 for operators to pay their annual fee in full before the anniversary date stated on their operating licence. If you cannot pay then we must revoke your licence. If your licence has been revoked because of non-payment of your annual fee, but you wish.
Licensing fees Animal licences fees. New licences replaced the dog breeding, pet shop, animal boarding and riding establishment licences on the 1 October 2018. We will publish the new licences fees when they become available to us. Licence type Fee; Riding establishment - 3 horses or less Riding establishment - 4 horses plus Pet shop licence Dog breeding licence Animal boarding licence.Read More
Gambling Act 2005 fees. All fees are based on a maximum fee set by central government. Medway Council is therefore able to charge an amount up to the maximum fee set by central government. The relevant fee is non-refundable. The fee is not for holding a licence but for the work needed to process the application, even if this results in a refusal. Download forms from the Department for Culture.Read More
Changes to legislation: Gambling Act 2005 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 24 June 2020. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.Read More
Gambling Act 2005: Proposals for Gambling Commission Fees from 6 April 2012. September 2011. Department for Culture, Media and Sport Gambling Act 2005: Our aim is to improve the quality of life for all through cultural and sporting activities, support the pursuit of excellence, and champion the tourism, creative and leisure industries. Department for Culture, Media and Sport 3 Gambling Act.Read More
Application type Existing casino (2) Bingo clubs (4) Adult gaming centre (11) Family entertainment centre (10) Betting premises (41) Fast track application maximum fee.Read More
Gambling Act 2005 - fees. The Gambling Act allows licensing authorities to set their own fees for premises licences, subject to maximum levels that have been specified by central government. the relevant fee must be sent with an application, in order for the application to be valid.Read More
The first annual fee is payable within 30 days after the permit comes into effect or within 12 months from the issue date, whichever is the sooner. Thereafter the annual fee will be payable on the anniversary of the issue date of the permit. Note 2 A change of the holder of the Licensing Act 2003 Premises Licence will necessitate a new.Read More