2005 Gaming Act and New Casino Licences

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2005 Gaming Act and New Casino Licences

Summary of the 2005 Gaming Act

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The 2005 gambling Act has proposed that sixteen new casinos may be licensed in the UK. Those new casinos are divided into eight “small” and eight “large”

The bidding process has to be undertaken with the relevant local authority before any such casino can be established.

Under Section 175(4) of the Gambling Act 2005 the areas determined as potential locations for Large casinos are:

Great Yarmouth

Kingston Upon Hull

Leeds

Middlesbrough

Milton Keynes (awarded to Aspers)

Newham (London) License awarded to Aspers

Solihull

Southampton

Large casinos will be entitled to offer up to 150 category B1 gaming machines

and to provide betting and bingo.

Casino size between 1500m2 – 3500m2

Machine/Table ration of 5/1 up to a maximum

Under Section 175(4) of the Gambling Act 2005 the areas determined as potential locations for small casinos are:

Bath & North East Somerset

Dumfries & Galloway

East Lindsey

Luton

Scarborough

Swansea

Torbay

Wolverhampton

Small casinos will be entitled to offer up to 80 category B1 gaming

machines and to provide betting but no bingo.

Machine table ratio 2-1 up to a maximum.

Size 500m2 -1500m2

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