Temporary Use Notice
A Temporary Use Notice allows a gambling operator (casino, bingo or gaming machine company) to temporarily use a premises which has no gambling premises licence to provide facilities for gaming. For example, hotels, conference centres and sporting venues might be suitable for temporary use notices.
Apply for a Temporary Use Notice (PDF)
Occasional Use Notice for race tracks
Occasional use notices permit a track to be used for the purpose of betting without a premises licence providing it is used for betting on no more than eight days in a calendar year.
The meaning of 'track' in the Gambling Act 2005 is not just limited to racecourses or greyhound tracks. This also comprises any other premises in which a race or sporting event takes place.
Apply for an Occasional Use Notice (PDF)
Other gambling licences
Please contact the Gambling Commission to apply for other gambling licences. For example , a personal gambling licence or a gambling operating licence if you run or manage a gambling business (run arcades, gaming machines, betting , lotteries, bingo, remote gambling – online / telephone, casinos and gambling software).