Licensing late night cities: a balancing act for local councils

The expansion of Britain’s night-time economy has presented opportunities and challenges for local licensing authorities.

With DJ Amy Lamé named as London’s first Night Czar – tasked with the role of engaging with night-time businesses, residents and public authorities to recreate London as a ‘24-hour city’ – Idox’s James Carson looks at the impact that licensing laws are having on the night-time economy and the tactics other countries are using to create a thriving after-hours culture.

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