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LCCP notifications

An LCCP notification is a report to us about information we have asked for within our Licence conditions and codes of practice.

We expect you to work with us in an open and cooperative way and to inform us of anything we might need to be aware.

Our LCCP notification requirements are contained in the following parts of the Licence conditions and codes of practice:

Licence condition 11.1.1 (lotteries and local authorities)

Licence condition 15.1.1 (reporting suspicion of offences etc – non betting licences)

Licence condition 15.1.2 (reporting suspicion of offences etc – betting licences)

Licence condition 15.1.3 (reporting of systematic or organised money lending)

Licence condition 15.2.2 (other reportable events)

Licence condition 15.2.3 (other reportable events – money laundering, terrorist financing, etc)

Ordinary code provision 3.2.2, 3.2.4, 3.2.6, 3.2.8 (access to gambling by children and young persons)

Ordinary code provision 3.8.1 (money-lending between customers)

Ordinary code provision 8.1.1 (information requirements – ordinary code)

Ordinary code provision 8.1.2 (provision of information in respect of cheating)

You need to tell us as soon as reasonably possible about any of the matters listed below.

All LCCP notifications are to be reported to us via the LCCP Notifications part of the eServices digital service (opens in a new tab) on our website.

Guidance for licence holders on submitting LCCP notifications (opens in new tab) is available.  

You must tell us: