The Gambling Commission has now published both (a) sector specific extracts from its Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice and (b) a fresh consultation on proposed amendments to the social responsibility provisions in the LCCP.
Hixter Bankside – a new restaurant in the eight-strong chain built up by celebrated chef, restaurateur and food writer Mark Hix and his business partner Ratnesh Bagdai – has just opened at 16 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 after a premises licence was successfully obtained by Suzanne Davies. To book online: http://www.hixrestaurants.co.uk or by phone: 020 […]
Those of you with a subscription to the iGaming Business Intelligence Centre can now view a video of David Clifton’s panel session on the subject of “UK: Licensing Requirements and Point of Consumption Tax, Timelines and Requirements”.
David Clifton emphasises the importance of ensuring that you have conducted proper fire and other risk assessments for your pub or bar business.
The Gambling Commission’s revised Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice have come into force today (with one exception) and the Commission has also published a reminder that the 16 September licensing deadline is fast approaching for offshore gambling operators who wish to continue to provide services in Great Britain beyond 1 October 2014.
Suzanne Davies summarises the proposed forthcoming changes to the mandatory conditions on premises licences.
David Clifton is pictured speaking in Valletta on 18 July 2014 at the Business Breakfast hosted by the Remote Gaming Business Section of The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry for remote gambling operators licensed in Malta and other stakeholders in the sector.
The European Commission has published a recommendation for the common protection of consumers of online gambling services in the EU and has encouraged Member States to implement it with a view to ensuring that, throughout the EU, consumers and minors are protected at a similarly high level
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David Clifton has been invited to speak on “Managing UK Licensing Transition” as part of “The Remote Gaming Business Breakfast – Plans for Reform: Where To?” meeting to be held at The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry on Friday 18 July between 8.30am and 11.30am.