Casino Advisory Panel appointed to advise government

An independent panel has been appointed to advise the government on the location of the casinos permitted under the Gambling Act 2005. The Casino Advisory Panel will be chaired by former chief planning inspector Stephen Crow, with support from four regeneration experts. Local authorities will be invited to submit expressions of interest to the panel, which will report by the end of 2006. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport said that it will decide where to put one regional casino, eight large casinos and eight small casinos by 2007.

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