Track betting licences
Before a person or company can offer betting facilities on a sporting event, they must first obtain a licence.
The licence permits the premises to be used for the provision of facilities for betting, but does not permit the licence holder to provide casino, bingo or other types of gambling on tracks, as these activities are the subject of separate premises licences.
Licences may be:
These notices can only be used for eight days or less in a calendar year.
As of the 8 January 2018 any application you make in person at one of Contact Centres must be done by appointment. To make an appointment please call Cheshire East Customer Services on 0300 123 5015. Cheques must be made payable to ‘Cheshire East Council’
Contact us to apply for an occasional use notice
Different types of betting can take place in relation to tracks, these are often divided into:
- On-course betting
- Off-course betting
Contact us for information on fees for occasional use notices