Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Licensing Policy 2019 - 2022 (OFFICIAL) 1 CONTENTS ITEM PAGE PREFACE 2 PART A - GENERAL 1. Introduction 3 2. The Licensing Objectives 5 3. Local Risk Assessments 5 4. Licensable Activities 7 5. Types of Licence 7 6. Licensing Authority Functions 9 7. Responsible Authorities 9 8. Interested Parties 10 9. Representations 12 10. Exchange of Information 12 11.
Page 5 of 5 under Section 24 of the Gambling Act 2005. The Gaming Machine Code of Practice for Alcohol licensed premises permits and permissions is available via the Gambling.Under Section 349 of the Gambling Act 2005 the Licensing Authority is required to prepare a statement of principles that they propose to apply in exercising their functions under this Act. This process is to be repeated every three years from 31st January 2007. The consultation process is laid out clearly in the Gambling Act 2005, the Gambling Act 2005 (Licensing Authority Policy Statement.GAMBLING ACT 2005 Statement of Principles Commencement 31 January 2019. Statement of Principles Contents Part A Page 1 General 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Licensing Objectives 1 1.3 The District Of Stroud 2 1.4 Consultees 3 1.5 Declaration 3 1.6 Responsible Authorities 4 1.7 Interested Parties 4 1.8 Information Exchange 5 1.9 General Principles 5 1.10 Enforcement 6 1.11 Licensing Authority.
Licensing authorities are required by regulation under the Gambling Act 2005 to state the principles to be applied by the authority in exercising the functions under Part 15 of the Act with respect to the inspection of premises; and the powers under section 346 of the Act to institute criminal proceedings in respect of the offences specified.
In addition, it is an offence to advertise ''unlawful gambling'' (section 330, 2005 Act). Gambling is ''unlawful'' if, in order for it to take place as advertised without the commission of an offence under the 2005 Act, it is or may be necessary to rely on a licence or exception under the 2005 Act. Therefore, if the provision of facilities for.
Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Policy 31 January 2016 Working with you, working for you. Contents Part A 1. The objectives 2 2. Introduction 2 3. Declaration 3 4. Responsible authorities 3 5. Interested parties 4 6. Exchange of information 4 7. Enforcement 4 8. Licensing authority functions 5 Part B - Premises 1. General principles 6 2. Adult gaming centres 12 3. (Licensed) family.
Gambling Commission, and the functions under section 350 of the Act with the respect to the exchange of information between it and the other persons listed in Schedule 6 to the Act. 6.2 The principle that this licensing Authority applies is that it will act in accordance with the provisions of the Gambling Act 2005 in its exchange of information.
The Gambling Act 2005 requires the Council to prepare and publish a “Statement of Licensing Policy” that sets out the principles the Council proposes to apply in exercising its licensing functions when dealing with applications for Premises Licences, as required by the Act. Definitions of the terms used in this policy are attached as Annex 6.
Page 2 of 27 Draft Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Principles: Version1 STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES. Gambling Act 2005. Contents. Item Page Part A 1 The licensing objectives 3 2 Introduction 3 3 Declaration 4 4 Responsible Authorities 5 5 Interested parties 5 6 Exchange of information 6 7 Compliance 6 8 Licensing authority functions 7 PART B 8 9 General principles 8.
It is an offence under section 342 of the Gambling Act 2005 if a person, without reasonable excuse, gives to a licensing authority for a purpose connected with that Act information which is false.
Section 349 of the Gambling Act 2005 requires all Licensing Authorities to prepare and publish a statement of the principles that they propose to apply in exercising their functions under the Act during the three-year period to which the policy applies. This document is the fifth such statement for this Licensing Authority and must, by order of the Secretary of State, be published by 14.
Lotteries and the Law (Gambling Act 2005) Advice for society and local authority lotteries, May 2007 1 Introduction 1.1 This advice provides a general guide to the main principles and requirements of lotteries law as contained in the Gambling Act 2005 which repeals the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976. It is primarily intended as advice for large society and local authority lotteries promoted.
GAMBLING ACT 2005 SECTION 349 Statement of Principles The contents of this document are provided as information on the policy and principles of New Forest District Council in carrying out its functions in relation to the regulation of gambling. The document is not a full and authoritative statement of the law or statutory guidance and does not constitute professional or legal advice. This.
The Gambling Act 2005 obtained Royal Assent in 2005 and came into effect in 2007. Under Section 349 of the Gambling Act 2005 the Licensing Authority is required to prepare a statement of principles that they propose to apply in exercising their functions under this Act. This process is to be repeated every three years from 31st January 2007.
The Gambling Act 2005 ( the 2005 Act ), which came fully into force on 1 September 2007, was broadly designed not only to consolidate existing gam bling legislation but also to update the regulatory structure for online gambling, casinos and what were known as Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (F OBTs), on which roulette an d other casino games can be played in betting shops. The Act also created a.
Application for a premises licence under the Gambling Act 2005 (transitional conversion application) PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FIRST If you are completing this form by hand, please write legibly in block capitals using ink. Use additional sheets if necessary (marked with the number of the relevant question). You may wish to keep a copy of the completed form for your records.
There are currently no known outstanding effects for the Gambling Act 2005, Section 14. Changes to Legislation Revised legislation carried on this site may not be fully up to date.