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Term relating to Gambling. Adult Gaming Centre, permits up to 4 B3 or B4 machines together with unlimited C & D machines.
A drink which has an ABV of above 0.5%.
Term relating to Gambling. Amusement machine licence duty - annual duty payment relating to gaming machines based on machine category.
A machine which operates a game of chance in respect of which the player may receive a prize.
Term relating to Gambling. Someone who offer betting services via remote communications such as the internet.
Term relating to Gambling. A licensed premises from which bookmakers may conduct their business. There are automatic gaming machine entitlements with these premises.
Term relating to Gambling. A game of equal chance.
Term relating to Gambling. A licensed premises where it is permitted to provide facilities for playing bingo on a commercial basis. There are automatic gaming machine entitlements with these premises.
Term relating to Gambling. See Betting Office.
term relating to Gambling. An arrangement whereby people are given an opportunity to participate in one or more casino games.
Term relating to Gambling. Games of chance but are not equal chance gaming.
An order to close a premises or all premises in an area.
Term relating to Gambling. Gaming machines and gaming in members clubs.
Term relating to Gambling. Gaming machine in members clubs.
If for members only, then to sell alcohol lawfully it will require a Club Premises Certificate.
Provisions agreed by the licensing authority and the premises licence holder as necessary to uphold the licensing objectives.
Definition applies to Scotland. The person who is nominated as the single point of accountability in a premises, licensed to sell alcohol. To be a Designated Premises Manager you must be a Personal Licence holder.
The person who is nominated as the single point of accountability in a premises, licensed to sell alcohol. To be a Designated Premises supervisor you must be a Personal Licence holder.
Noisy, disruptive, possibly drunken behaviour.
Term relating to Gambling. Games that do not involve playing or staking against a bank and where the chances are equally favourable to all participants.
See "Take Away".
Term relating to Gambling. Family Entertainment Centre permits unlimited Ca and D machines. Can be obtained without a Reciprocal Operating Licence.
Term relating to Gambling. General betting on tracks.
Term relating to Gambling. The governing body for all sectors of gambling in Great Britain with the exceptions of the National Lottery and Spread Betting.
See "AWP Machine".
Term relating to Gambling. These functions include; overall strategy and delivery of gambling operations, financial planning, controlled budgeting, monetary and commercial development, regulatory compliance, gambling related IT provision and security.
Term relating to Gambling. Includes any function which enables the person exercising it to influence the outcome of gaming e.g. croupier.
Term relating to Gambling. A charitable organisation that provides counselling to those with gambling related problems.
A person or persons who live(s) or work(s) in the vicinity of the premises.
Reinstates the Premises Licence if lodged within 7 days of an operation event.
On insolvency, death or incapacity the licence will lapse, that is cease to be valid.
See "Late Night Refreshment"
See "Late Night Refreshment"
Hot food or drink served between 11.00 p.m. and 5.00 a.m. - a licensable activity.
There are 4 licensable activities. A premises licence is required for any or all
Required for more than 2 gaming machines in a pub.
The principles which underpin the Licensing Act.
The Local Government body which is responsible for matters relating to licensing.
The 4 principles which underpin the Act.
A qualification accredited by the Secretary of State as being appropriate for someone wishing to apply for a Personal Licence.
Term relating to Gambling. A competition where prizes are allocated by a process which values wholly on chance.
Conditions which apply to all premises which are licensed to sell alcohol. These conditions must be complied with.
Term relating to Gambling. Conditions which apply to all premises which are licensed to undertake gaming. These conditions must be complied with.
The BIIAB qualification - National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders, a pre-requisite to holding a Personal Licence.
A premises where alcohol is sold for consumption off site and which will need a premises licence to sell lawfully.
Term relating to Gambling. A licence issued by the Gambling Commission. There are 2 types of licence a "Management Office" or "Operational Function" licence.
A plan of how the business will operate. Must be submitted with a premises licence application.
Term relation to Gambling; A licence for an individual issued by the Gambling Commission to individuals who control facilities for gambling or are able to influence the outcome of gambling.
Term relation to licensing. A licence for an individual, which permits the sale of alcohol in conjunction with a premises licence. To apply for a Personal Licence you must have the NCPLH qualification.
Term relating to Gambling. A licence issued by the Licensing Authority to authorise the provision of gaming facilities on casino premises, bingo premises, betting premises, adult gaming centres and family entertainment centres where an Operators Licence and Personal Licence have been issued by the Gambling Commission.
Term relating to licensing. A licence which applies to the premises and permits one or more licensable activities.
Term relating to Gambling. Gaming where prize is determined other than by reference to number of persons playing or sums raised by the game.
Term relating to Gambling. Allows prize gaming.
A premises which sells alcohol and will require a premises licence to lawfully operate.
Term relating to Gambling. This would usually constitute incidental non commercial lottery, ie. one that is run as an additional amusement at non commercial event.
Entertainment defined in the Act as a licensable activity.
Term relating to Gambling. Gambling services offered to customers via the internet and on mobile phone.
Comments made by a Responsible Authority or interested party on an application, notice or licence.
A premises predominantly selling food but which will usually sell alcohol and will need a premises licence to sell lawfully.
A legal process which allows the operating schedule of a premises to be amended in order to ensure that the licensing objectives are met.
To take away, to the premises licence.
Term relating to Gambling. Responsibility in Gambling Trust - A charity that funds treatment, education and research into problem gambling.
A survey of the risks and steps to minimise them. Must be conducted by the proposed holder of a premises licence before submitting a premises licence application.
Guidance from Government to local authorities on how to implement the Act.
A policy statement issued every 3 years by each licensing authority.
If wishes to sell alcohol - see "Off Licence".
See "Security Industry Authority".
Term relating to Gambling. A business whose "management functions" are performed by 3 or less people. These businesses are exempt for the requirement for Personal Licences.
Term relating to Gambling. A form of gaming where the prize is based on accuracy of the players prediction rather than simply "win" or "lose". The "Spread" is the relevant range of outcomes.
Skills with prizes machine - quiz machines where the winning of a prize is determined only by the player's skill and there is no element of chance.
A premises from which sales of food are made for consumption off site. Sales between 11.00 p.m. and 5.00 a.m. are licensable activities and a premises licence will be required for the sales to be made lawfully.
Term relating to Gambling. Used for temporary gaming activities by holders of a operators licence.
Term relating to Licensing. A means by which those licensable activities are held in premises where the premises or events are not normally licensed.
Term relating to Gambling. Totaliser - the only permitted operators of pool betting on horse racing tracks.
Any sale of alcohol which is made outside the terms of the premises licence and operating schedule or which is made from premises that are not licensed either by a TEN or a premises licence.
Gaming which does not fit into an exemption under the Act and is provided without the relevant permissions.
Term relating to Gambling. Gaming machine arcade where children allowed - category D machines only.
A process by which the Operating Schedule can be change to include, for example, additional licensable activities or extended trading hours.