To comply with the Gambling Act 2005, you must have a premises licence, permits or registrations to hold gambling.  We issue premises licences, permits or registrations for the following;

  • Adult Gaming Centre
  • Betting Shops
  • Bingo
  • Licensed Family Entertainment Centres
  • Unlicensed Family Entertainment Centres
  • Gambling in Pubs and Clubs
  • Lotteries and Raffles
  • Point to Point and Track Betting
  • Prize Gaming

Licence Objectives

  • To prevent gambling from being a source of crime or disorder, being associated with crime or disorder, or being used to support crime
  • To ensure that gambling is conducted in a fair and open way
  • To protecting children and other vulnerable persons from being harmed or exploited by gambling

More Information

The Public Register

The Public Register contains information about existing applications, notices and licences. To view the Public Register please contact the Licensing Section.

Statement of Principles

The Gambling Act 2005 requires each Licensing Authority to determine and publish a statement of Principles at least once every three years.  This policy must be published before it carries out any licensing functions under the Act.

The current Gambling policy covers the three-year period that began on 31 January 2019  and as such it is now currently being reviewed.  You can view this draft policy, which is instrumental in determining applications that affect gambling.

I hope you take the opportunity to read this document and we would be happy to receive any comments on this policy.  The period of consultation runs until Tuesday, 31st August 2021.  This is your opportunity to contribute to this important policy document update in order to work towards a vibrant and safe community.

Contact the Licensing Team:

licensing@monmouthshire.gov.uk

01873 735420

Licensing Section, Abergavenny Community Education Centre, Old Hereford Road, Abergavenny, NP7 6EL

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