ALMR Chief Executive calls for continued engagement from late-night hospitality

ALMR Chief Executive Kate Nicholls has thanked late-night hospitality businesses for their support of the Night Time Commission’s call for evidence into London’s night-time economy and called on more venues to engage on an ongoing basis.

Kate sits on the Night Time Commission which was established by London Mayor Sadiq Khan to provide advice on promoting the capital’s late-night economy.

The Commission has carried out a short consultation, closing today, that seeks to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of London’s night-time economy, including late-night hospitality.

ALMR Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “This is a great opportunity for businesses in and around the late-night sector to inform the Commission and support late-night venues.

“The Night Time Commission exists to provide the Mayor with independent advice directly from the sector, so pubs, bars, nightclubs, music venues and more should take this opportunity to make their voices heard.

“The questionnaire is but one part of the NTC’s ongoing efforts to support the sector and we will be meeting this Thursday to discuss our findings and future efforts to promote a truly world-class 24-hour city in the capital.”

 

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