To recognise the cultural and economic importance of nightlife to the UK. To provide a cross-party voice for nightlife businesses, supply chains and patrons. To support parliamentarians’ understanding of how the sector operates. To identify solutions to challenges facing the sector and how nightlife can support the UK’s economic recovery from Covid-19.
Safety of Women at Night Fund application process
2. Removing all restrictions on opening and closing times for licenced premises
15/02/2021 - Petitions
Found: licensing hours restrictions for hospitality & night time economy & pubs upto a 12 months period after Covid19
3. Alcohol licensing: the late night levy
22/03/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: March 2019 The late night levy By John Woodhouse Contents: 1. What is the late night levy? 2. Reforming
Found: Safety of Women at Night Fund
5. Permit Government extend Licensing Act 2003 Earlier Open & Late Closing Times
11/01/2021 - Petitions
Found: extend licensing hours for hospitality & night time economy & pubs upto a 12 months period after Covid19
1. Covid-19: Night-time Economy
26/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: working in, and (2) jobs related to, the night-time economy; and what steps they are taking to address - Speech Link
2: all of which play a significant role in the night-time economy. Over the course of the pandemic, the Government - Speech Link
3: that he recognises the contribution that the night-time economy makes, in billions of pounds of revenue—in - Speech Link
2. Social Distancing Restrictions: Support for the Night-Time Economy
08/06/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: distancing restrictions and support for the night-time economy.I asked for today’s debate because - Speech Link
2: the all-party parliamentary group for the night time economy, which is a hugely important sector, culturally - Speech Link
3. Licensing in Durham
15/05/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: and at the time, there were good reasons for introducing that legislation. A reduction in time-limited binge - Speech Link
2: aware that the night-time economy is real, valuable and important for the UK economy, although it is - Speech Link
4. Live Events and Weddings: Covid-19 Support
09/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: will allow weddings to take place normally some time soon—we have had some good news today—but we must - Speech Link
5. Oral Answers to Questions
16/01/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: then the Government’s catastrophic defeat last night, will the Secretary of State urge his Government - Speech Link
2: nationals have played an enormous part in the Scottish economy and more widely in civic society. I want to give - Speech Link
3: put people off coming to Scotland. I read last night that Boy George was going to be moving to Scotland - Speech Link
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Jeff Smith MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 5878.
Public Enquiry Point:
Michael Kill, Night Time Industries Association, 303 Ballards Way, London N12 8NP . Tel: 07940 128 095
Night Time Industries Association acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.ntia.co.uk/
No direct financial benefits are on record for the Night Time Economy APPG