As the local Licensing Authority, Tandridge has various regulatory functions in relation to gambling. The main ones are:
- Licensing premises for gambling activities
- Considering notices given for the temporary use of premises for gambling
- Granting permits for gaming and gaming machines in clubs and miners' welfare institutes
- Regulating gaming and gaming machines in alcohol licensed premises
- Granting permits to family entertainment centres for the use of certain lower stake gaming machines
- Granting permits for prize gaming
- Considering occasional use notices for betting at tracks
- Registering small societies' lotteries.
A premises licence gives permission for a building or part of a building to be used for gambling activities. Particular conditions may be attached to a premises licence, for instance opening hours and security measures.
A revised Statement of Licensing Principles with regard to the Gambling Act 2005 was published and came into effect on 1 January 2016. This will remain in effect for three years.
- Application for a club gaming permit or club machine permit
- Application for a Gambling Act premises licence
- Application for a Gambling Act provisional statement
- Application for an unlicensed adult entertainment centre gaming machine permits
- Application to reinstate a Gambling Act premises licence
- Application to transfer a Gambling Act premises licence
- Notification of 2 or less gaming machines
Table of Fees
Fees for Premises Licences applications, annual fees etc.