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Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice

The Licence conditions and codes of practice set out the requirements all licensees must meet in order to hold a Gambling Commission licence.

Overview

The Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice (LCCP) is a very important part of running your business and we recommend you subscribe to our e-bulletin so we can notify you of any changes.

View and search the LCCP online

You can now view the full LCCP online, navigate through sections and find related information the conditions and codes of practice.

Version effective from 31 October 2020

View the LCCP online

We will consult widely on any changes so come back to this page frequently to check for the most up to date information. 

We think that the most effective regulatory approach is to focus on the outcomes to be achieved.

In some areas we specify particular rules or processes, but where possible, we aim to allow you to take your own approach to meet our requirements.

The LCCP is not static, we make amendments or additions to take account of developments in the industry or emerging evidence on the most effective means of promoting socially responsible gambling.

Print or download a copy of the LCCP

You can download the full LCCP as a HTML file or as a PDF. You can also print it out in full.

We are currently working towards creating sector-specific printable versions of the LCCP.

Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice

Version effective from 31 October 2020

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Keep updated with e-bulletin

Our newsletter, e-bulletin, is sent out every fortnight and includes updates and details of consultations and changes to the LCCP.

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