Please read our information about occasional use notices before you apply.
How to apply
If you want to allow betting on a track for up to eight days a calendar year you can apply for an occasional use notice.
You'll need to fill in a paper version of the occasional use notice form and send it to us in the post or bring it into our office. Paper applications can be requested by emailing the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. As well as sending us a copy you'll also need to send one copy to the police.
We'll need to know:
- your details
- information about the premises
- the nature, dates and times of the event
- if there have been any previous occasional use notices at the premises
You'll need to hold a relevant operating licence issued by the gambling commission to be able to apply.
An occasional use notice can only be used for a maximum of eight days or less in any one calendar year in one location.
There is no fee for an occasional use notice.
Start the journey
More info about the journey
You need to send the notice to us.
When we receive your notice we'll check it to make sure it's been completed correctly. We'll telephone you if there is anything else we need.
We will send you a copy of the occasional use notice back signed by us to acknowledge receipt.
What you can do if you haven't heard from us
If you haven't received a receipt back from us within 10 days please telephone us to check we received your notice.
Can anyone object?
We can only object if granting the occasional use notice would mean that the premises has been used to provide betting facilities for more than eight days in a calendar year. No other objections can be considered.
Length of notice
An occasional use notice will only have effect for the times and dates stated in the notice.