Gambling - premises licence
An application for a premises licence may be made by persons who are over 18 years of age and by companies or partnerships, having a right to occupy the particular premises. Vessels such as pleasure boats qualify as premises for this purpose but vehicles, such as trains and aircraft, do not.
The applicant must already hold, or have applied for, an operating licence from the Gambling Commission authorising the type of gambling proposed.
Only one premises licence may be issued for any particular premises at one time, although the licence may authorise more than one type of gambling. Tracks such as horse and dog racing tracks are the exception to this rule; they may have more than one premises licence.
Further information and guidance
Further information can be obtained from the Gambling Commission website and also from the Department of Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS) website.
|Classes of premises licence||Application fee in respect of premises which have a provisional statement||Fee for (a) application in respect of other premises; or (b) application for provisional statement||Annual fee||Fee for application to vary licence||Fee for application (a) to transfer a licence; or (b) for reinstatement of a licence|
|Regional casino premises licence||£6,000||£11,250||£11,250||£5,625||£4,880|
|Large casino premises licence||£3,750||£7,500||£7,500||£3,750||£1,600|
|Small casino premises licence||£2,250||£6,000||£3,750||£3,000||£1,350|
|Converted casino premises licence||£2,550||£1,500||£1,000|
|Bingo premises licence||£840||£2,450||£700||£1,200||£840|
|Adult gaming centre premises licence||£840||£1,400||£700||£700||£840|
|Betting premises (track) licence||£660||£1,750||£1,000||£870||£660|
|Family entertainment centre premises licence||£660||£1,400||£500||£700||£660|
|Betting premises (other) licence||£840||£2,100||£400||£1,050||£840|