Proposed Class 4 and TAB Gambling Venue Policy
Statement of Proposal [PDF 123KB]
QLDC is reviewing its policies on Class 4 and TAB Gambling Venues.
Section 101 of the Gambling Act 2003 requires Territorial Authorities to adopt a Class 4 and TAB Gambling venue policy.
- Must specify whether or not Class 4 venues may be established in the district and, if so, where they may be located; and
- May specify and restrictions on the maximum number of gaming machines that may be operated at a class 4 venue; and
- May include a relocation policy.
The Council has undertaken a statutory review of the current policy, and has determined that the current policy should be revoked, and replaced with the proposed Queenstown Lakes District Council Class 4 and TAB gambling venue policy.
The proposed policy is intended to provide an element of protection to our expanding residential areas.
Proposed QLDC Class 4 TAB and gambling venue policy 2017 (31.9KB)
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