Stakeholders and members of the public are being invited to have their say in a new consultation about where gaming machines can be played.
The Commission considers that the current licence conditions and codes of practice and the accompanying guidance to licensing authorities need to be revised in order to ensure that the following underlying policy objectives which seek to minimise gambling related harm are achieved:
The consultation Controlling where gaming machines may be played sets out why this area remains a policy priority for the Commission and also proposes how we feel we can embed the above policy objectives consistently across the industry whilst ensuring that regulation remains proportionate to the risks to the licensing objectives.
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