How do I apply for a casino premises licence - casinos?
There is a process you need to follow if you want to apply for a premises licence for a small or large 2005 Act casino. If you run a 1968 Act casino, you should already have a premises licence from your local licensing authority.
The following local licensing authority areas can site one small casino:
- Bath and North East Somerset District Council
- East Lindsey District Council
- Luton Borough Council
- Scarborough Borough Council
- Swansea City and County Council
- Torbay Borough Council
- Wigtown Divisional Licensing Board in the area of Dumfries and Galloway Council
- Wolverhampton City Council.
The following local licensing authority areas can site one large casino:
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council
- Kingston upon Hull City Council
- Leeds City Council
- Middlesbrough Borough Council
- Milton Keynes Borough Council
- Newham London Borough Council
- Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
- Southampton City Council.
You should contact the local licensing authorities concerned to find out more.
How much does a premises licence cost?
Contact your local licensing authority to find out how much your application for a premises licence will cost.
Local licensing authorities in England and Wales are allowed to set the cost of a premises licence, depending on the type of premises.
The fees for premises licences in Scotland have been set centrally.
Page last reviewed: June 2012