Gambling Act – Amusement Arcades Applying for a Family. & C CHANGE OF NAME on the permit due to the existing permit holder’ s change of name complete sections B. Land and Property Searches Parks & Open Spaces Beaches, Port and Flooding. Ufec gaming machine permit. Unlicensed family entertainment centre gaming machine permit under the Gambling Act Section 247 and Schedule 10. Apply for an unlicensed family entertainment centre gaming machine permit Premises which are mainly used for people to play on gaming machines, such as small arcades in holiday parks, theme parks and seaside resorts, must have a Family Entertainment Centre ( FEC) gaming machine permit. 2 In respect of UFEC gaming machine permits the statement has been prepared in accordance with Paragraph 7 of Schedule 10 of the Act. 1 This document has been prepared to assist persons considering making an application for an unlicensed family entertainment centre ( UFEC) gaming machine permit under the Gambling Act. UFEC gaming machine permit complete sections B. This form can be used for both new applications and for applications to convert an existing Section 34 permit under the Gaming Act 1968 in accordance with the Gambling Act Statutory Instrument / 3272. Relating to Prize Gaming Permits that will apply to this Permit I confirm that I have a full understanding of the maximum stakes and prizes permissible under this Permit.
GENERAL DETAILS Premise Address of Premise Postcode Applicant. 2 In respect of uFEC gaming machine permits it has been prepared in accordance with Paragraph 7 of Schedule 10 of the Act and in respect. Please find enclosed the appropriate form. Centre ( uFEC) gaming machine permit or a prize gaming permit under the Gambling Act. Applying for a Family Entertainment Centre Permit Licensing Team, East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 8UP. What type of gaming machines are permitted in.
UFEC) Gaming Machine Permit] [ * For new applications: Thank you for your recent enquiry in respect of the above matter. Category C ( which are restricted to those over 18) CANNOT be made available and, therefore, there will be no designated adult areas required at the premises. Issuing uFEC permits and FEC premises licences.
An uFEC is entitled to provide an unlimited number of category D gaming machines available for use on the premises. ] [ * * For renewal applications: Our records indicate that you are the current holder of an uFEC gaming machine permit ( uFEC permit) which is due to expire on the [ insert date]. An unlicensed family entertainment centre is entitled to provide an unlimited number of category D gaming machines available for use on the premises. & C NEW GRANT of an uFEC gaming machine permit complete sections B. You should check that the operator has made suitable arrangements to source machines from licensed suppliers.
Gaming machines, which should be contained within the uFEC or FEC premises, should not be located in corridors and walkways which form part of the larger building. UNLICENSED FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE GAMING MACHINE PERMIT ( FOR USE BY OCCUPIERS / PROPOSED OCCUPIERS OF PREMISES INTENDED TO BE USED BY THE APPLICANT AS UNLICENSED FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRES) Please refer to guidance notes at the back of this form before completing Section D – Change of name SECTION A – What do you want.