How to Apply
Temporary use notice may only be granted to a person or company holding a relevant operating licence, in effect a non-remote casino operating licence. May only be used to permit the provision of facilities for equal chance gaming, where the gaming is intended to produce a single overall winner.
- Submit a copy of the notice in duplicate to the Licensing Authority at least ten/five working days (not including the submission date) before the event.
- Submit a copy to Chief of Police for the area in which the use will occur.
The local authority will acknowledge receipt of the notice by giving a notice to the premises user before the end of the first working day it was received.
The notice must be in a specific format and must be made by someone over 18 years of age and contain:
- details of the licensable activities
- the event period
- the times when during that period the activities will take place
- the maximum number of people proposed to be allowed on the premises any other required information
If the chief police officer who receives a notice, believes that the event would undermine crime prevention objectives may within two days of receipt serve an objection notice on the licensing authority and the premises user.
The licensing authority must hold a hearing if an objection notice is served. They may issue a counter notice if it considers it necessary for the promotion of crime prevention or public nuisance objective. A decision must be made at least 24 hours before the beginning of the event.
A police chief officer may modify the TUN with the consent of the premises user. In such a case an objection notice will be deemed to have been withdrawn.
Counter notices may be provided by the licensing authority if the number of permitted TUNs has been exceeded.
You will be able to act as though your application is granted if you have not heard from the local authority by the end of the target completion period.
The fee payable for a Temporary Use Notice Grant is £500
The fee payable for the replacement of a endorsed copy of a Temporary Use Notice is £25
Legislation and Conditions
Gambling Act 2005
Processing and Timescales
If a counter notice is given in relation to an objection notice the applicant may appeal against the decision. Appeals must be made to the local Magistrates' court within 21 days from the day of the planned event.
If a licensing authority decides not to issue a counter notice in relation to an objection notice the chief police officer can appeal the decision. Appeals must be made to the local Magistrates' court within 21 days.
An appeal may not be brought later than five working days from the day of the planned event.
- By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- By Phone: 01492 576626
Monday to Friday 10.00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 4.00pm
- By post:
PO Box 1,
Temporary Use Notice Application