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This consultation seeks views on the draft proposed Statement of Gambling Licensing Policy 2022 to 2025.
The consultation is now closed.
The Gambling Act 2005 (the Act) controls, licenses, and permits gambling within premises, including:
- adult gaming centres
- family entertainment centres
- bingo halls
- race tracks
- betting premises
- clubs, and alcohol licensed premises
As the Licensing Authority, under the Act, North Norfolk District Council is required to prepare and publish a statement of its gambling licensing policy at least every three years.
Our current Statement of Gambling Licensing Policy for 2019 to 2022 took effect from 31 January 2019 and is, therefore, due for review. The regular review and adoption of the policy that the Council’s gambling licensing policies and procedures are up to date and effective in providing a safe and regulated environment for users of licensed gambling premises.
There are minor changes to the policy, making the document clearer and more accessible.
How to comment
Email your comments to email@example.com.
This consultation will run from Tuesday 31 August and closes Tuesday 5 October 2021.