Temporary and occasional use notices
Temporary use notice
A temporary use notice (TUN) allows you to use a premises for gambling temporarily, where there is no premises licence. This may include premises such as hotels, conference centres of sports venues.
A TUN can only be used for 'equal chance gaming', where the gaming is intended to produce a single overall winner. It does not involve playing or staking against a bank and gives equally favourable chances to all participants, such as in games like cribbage, bingo and poker.
To be granted a TUN, you will still need a relevant operating licence.
To apply, you will also need to:
Occasional use notice
Where there is betting on a track for eight days or less in any calendar year, betting may be permitted by an occasional use notice (OUN), without the need for a full premises licence.
There is no fee for an occasional use notice.
Please read the guidance notes on occasional use notices (pdf 142KB) for further information.