Casino ban could be extended
A ban on casinos opening in North Tyneside could be extended by a further three years.
In November 2015, North Tyneside agreed not to grant a premises licence for any casinos attempting to open in the area – but that resolution will expire next January.
Council chiefs are now preparing to launch a six-week public consultation on a new licensing and gambling policy, which will begin on June 1.
Part of that is set to include a new casino ban which would prohibit the authority from issuing a casino premises licence for a further three years to 2022.