The Gambling Commission has launched an addition to its online application service which allows operators to apply for a non-remote licence or make amendments to an existing non-remote licence via its website.
The move further improves the online services provided by the Commission. Applicants can navigate through the application in a way that reflects their business model and individual circumstances by providing the option to skip questions that are not applicable.
The Application online system also allows applicants to upload information and supporting documentation such as certified copies of identity documents and bank statements. This reduces the risk of original documents being lost in the post and delivery delays.
Dawn Best, Licensing Manager at the Gambling Commission, said: “This further development of online services for non-remote operators builds on the introduction of the online application service for remote operators in February. This is a further step along the way to providing a complete set of eServices for all applicants and licensees.”
The Commission has not withdrawn the facility for non-remote applicants to make their applications using the existing manual application forms but will do so in the near future.
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