Temporary and occasional use notices
Occasional use notice
An occasional use notice allows betting on a track (for eight days or less in a calendar year) without the need for a full premises licence. Further information regarding the application process and criteria can be found in Part 15 of the Guidance to licensing authorities.
Temporary use notice
A temporary use notice allows the holder of an operating licence to make facilities for gambling available on a temporary basis, without the need for a full premises licence. Further information regarding the application process and criteria can be found in Part 14 of the Guidance to licensing authorities.
Further information regarding gambling notices as well as application forms can be accessed on the Gambling Commission website.
Before preparing your application, we advise you to read the relevant guidance and policy documents. Please contact us if you have any queries.
Your completed application, together with any necessary supporting documentation and the appropriate fee, should be submitted to our licensing section.
Ways to pay
- By cheque, made payable to Carmarthenshire County Council
- By phone with a debit or credit card: 01267 234567
Licensing & Permits
What licences do you need to trade outdoors?
Alcohol & entertainment licences
- Club premises certificate
- Premises licence
- Personal licence
- Temporary Event Notices
- Comment on a licence application
- Making a complaint about a licensed premises
- Renewing / cancelling your licence
- Annual fees
- Requesting a review
Charity collection permit
Holiday caravan site licence
Mobile homes – Residential site licence
Scrap Metal Dealer Licence
Sex establishments licence
Street café licence - Trading outdoors
Street trading licence
Taxi/Private Hire Licences
- Dual driver licence
- Hackney carriage licence
- Private hire operator licence
- Private hire vehicle licence
- Taxi/private hire licence fees
- Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles
Hoarding / fence licence
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