We are seeking views from interested residents and stakeholders on draft Gambling and Licensing Act policies which have been updated in accordance with the Licensing Act 2003 and the Gambling Act 2005.
The council issues licences to supply alcohol, provide entertainment or hold a one off event.
Powys has over 1000 licensed premises including:
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The council is responsible for licensing premises in the county to site a gaming machine or allow gambling on their premises.
Powys currently has 50 premises benefiting from a club premises certificate issued under the Licensing Act 2003, the South of Powys is home to the largest number of clubs, of these currently 20 of benefit from either a Club Gaming Permit or Club Machine Permit which permits higher pay out machines.
There are roughly 400 pub/bars in Powys of which half benefit from a notification authorising up to 2 category D machines, only 3 premises benefit from a Gaming Machine Permit authorising more than 2 such machines.
The area hosts a number of temporary gambling activities notably trotting races authorised by way of Temporary use notices.
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* Note: Draft documents are available in English only. Approved documents will be available bilingually.