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 may need to be aware of.
Our LCCP notification requirements are contained in these 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)
All LCCP notifications are to be reported to us via the LCCP Notifications part of the eServices digital service (opens in a new tab).
There is also guidance for licence holders on submitting LCCP notifications available.
You need to tell us as soon as reasonably possible about any of these matters:
information about any known or suspected offences under the Gambling Act 2005 (opens in a new tab) or breaches of the LCCP
information that may lead us to consider making an order to voiding a bet under the Gambling Act 2005 section 336 (opens in a new tab)
cases of systematic, organised or substantial money lending between customers on gambling premises
material changes to your business’s arrangements for the protection of customer funds (see Licence condition 4)
changes of Alternative Dispute Resolution providers for the handling of customer disputes
if a group company not licensed by us advertises remote gambling to a new jurisdiction, or the Gross Gambling Yield (GGY) generated by that company exceeds set thresholds relative to group GGY
if your business has breached, or potentially breached requirements imposed by the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Parts 7 and 8) (opens in a new tab) or the Terrorism Act 2000 (Part III) (opens in a new tab).
Changes of persons appointed as the officer responsible for your businesses’ compliance with the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (Regulation 21(1)(a) and 21(3))
details of any child or young person repeatedly attempting to gamble on premises restricted to adults
descriptions and copies of the rules (or changes to these) of any lottery to be promoted
confirmation from a qualifying auditor that the proceeds of any lottery exceeding £1 million in any calendar year are accounted for in a licensee’s annual accounts
any other matters that will have a material impact on your business or its ability to conduct licensed activities compliantly and consistently with the licensing objectives.
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Last updated: 9 November 2023
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