Allow me to begin with a story. I was moderating a debate at last month’s International Association of Gaming Advisors Annual Summit. The motion for debate was “Unregulated social gaming operators represent a major threat to consumers and licensed real gambling operators alike.” A sizeable proportion of the audience was from the US. On […]
Shadow licences: David Clifton reports on a recent High Court judgment that might directly affect your business
Suzanne Davies comments on the Government’s response to the alcohol strategy consultation
David Clifton reports on the latest developments in the Late Night Levy and Early Morning Restriction Order saga
Suzanne Davies updates you on the Government’s proposal to remove the requirement to advertise licensing applications in a newspaper
David Clifton gives a timely reminder of the statutory obligations that apply if you have installed CCTV cameras at your premises
At the 33rd Annual Conference of the International Association of Gaming Advisors held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 20 June 2013, David Clifton chaired a Debate, the motion for which was “Unregulated social gaming operators represent a major threat to consumers and licensed real gambling operators alike”.
Suzanne Davies summarises the Government’s proposals to change the planning rules to allow new permitted development rights for changes of use
David Clifton comments in a Betting Business Interactive article on Barking & Dagenham Council’s proposal to use planning processes to restrict the number of betting shops whilst the Government is at the same time relaxing the use classes to allow betting shops to open in premises with other use class classifications.
The UK Gambling Commission published on its website this month a report it commissioned entitled ‘Exploring Social Gambling: Scoping, Classification and Evidence Review,’.