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Gambling Act 2005 - Fees and Charges

Licensing Authorities are required to set their fees under the Gambling Act 2005 on a cost recovery basis, within the maxima for each category of licence contained in The Gambling (Premises Licence Fees) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007.   

 

Fees and Charges under the Gambling Act 2005
Bingo ClubsFee (£)
New Application3500
Annual Fee1000
Application to Vary1750.50
Application to Transfer1200
Application to Re-instatement1200
Application for Provisional Statement3500
Licence Application (Provisional Statement holders)1200
  
Betting PremisesFee (£)
New Application3000
Annual Fee600
Application to Vary1500
Application to Transfer1200
Application for Re-Instatement1200
Application for Provisional Statement3000
Licence Application (Provisional Statement holders)1200
  
TracksFee (£)
New Application2500
Annual Fee1000
Application to Vary1250
Application to Transfer950
Application for Re-Instatement950
Application for Provisional Statement2500
Licence Application (provisional Statement holders)950
  
Family Entertainment CentresFee (£)
New Application2000
Annual Fee750
Application to Vary1000
Application to Transfer950
Application for Re-Instatement950
Application for Provisional Statement2500
Licence Application (provisional Statement holders)950
  
Adult Gaming CentresFee (£)
New Application2000
Annual Fee1000
Application to Vary1000
Application to Transfer1200
Application for Re-Instatement1200
Application for Provisional Statement2000
Licence Application (provisional Statement holders)1200

No fees have been set at this time in respect of the various categories of casinos under the Act as no such applications are currently anticipated.  

There are statutory fees in respect of prize gaming, small society lotteries, gaming machine permits, Temporary Use Notices and Occasional Use Notices, which are set by the Government. 

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Gambling Act 2005 - Fees and Charges

Licensing Authorities are required to set their fees under the Gambling Act 2005 on a cost recovery basis, within the maxima for each category of licence contained in The Gambling (Premises Licence Fees) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007.   

 

Fees and Charges under the Gambling Act 2005
Bingo ClubsFee (£)
New Application3500
Annual Fee1000
Application to Vary1750.50
Application to Transfer1200
Application to Re-instatement1200
Application for Provisional Statement3500
Licence Application (Provisional Statement holders)1200
  
Betting PremisesFee (£)
New Application3000
Annual Fee600
Application to Vary1500
Application to Transfer1200
Application for Re-Instatement1200
Application for Provisional Statement3000
Licence Application (Provisional Statement holders)1200
  
TracksFee (£)
New Application2500
Annual Fee1000
Application to Vary1250
Application to Transfer950
Application for Re-Instatement950
Application for Provisional Statement2500
Licence Application (provisional Statement holders)950
  
Family Entertainment CentresFee (£)
New Application2000
Annual Fee750
Application to Vary1000
Application to Transfer950
Application for Re-Instatement950
Application for Provisional Statement2500
Licence Application (provisional Statement holders)950
  
Adult Gaming CentresFee (£)
New Application2000
Annual Fee1000
Application to Vary1000
Application to Transfer1200
Application for Re-Instatement1200
Application for Provisional Statement2000
Licence Application (provisional Statement holders)1200

No fees have been set at this time in respect of the various categories of casinos under the Act as no such applications are currently anticipated.  

There are statutory fees in respect of prize gaming, small society lotteries, gaming machine permits, Temporary Use Notices and Occasional Use Notices, which are set by the Government.