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Unlicensed Family Entertainment Centre Gaming Machine Permits

In accordance with the Gambling Act 2005 premises which are mainly used for people to play on gaming machines, such as small arcades in holiday parks, theme parks and seaside resorts are required to hold a Family Entertainment Centre (FEC) gaming machine permit.

Unlicensed Family Entertainment Centres provide category D machines for use by families and unaccompanied children.

These permits will have effect for 10 years when they should be renewed and there is no annual fee to be paid.

If the operator of a Family Entertainment Centre wants to make Category C machines available, in addition to category D machines, then they need to apply for an Operating Licence from the Gambling Commission and then a Premises Licence from the Licensing Authority (Birmingham City Council). This means that holders of Premises Licences issued under the Gambling Act may not apply for Family Entertainment Centre gaming machine permits.

Should you require any further information on this matter please contact:

Licensing Office,
Crystal Court,
Aston Cross Business Village,
50 Rocky Lane,
Aston,
Birmingham,
B6 5RQ

telephone: 0121 303 9896
e-mail: licensing@birmingham.gov.uk

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Between August 1992 and June 1993, Victoria Square was completely redesigned at a cost of £0.2 million. Only the statue of Queen Victoria remains in its original location. The square was re-opened by Diana, the Princess of Wales on 6 May 1993.

The square is also the site of Birmingham's Town Hall, and several public works of art, including the Iron Man and the 'Floozie in the Jacuzzi'.

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