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Evening Economy Manager JOB DESCRIPTION
Supplied by Lincoln Business Imnprovement Group
Posted: 08/10/08 | Filesize: 42 Kb
ATCM Guidance Note - Licensing Act 2003
This summary provides a briefing on the Licensing Act 2003
Posted: 13/10/05 | Filesize: 150 Kb
Cafe Culture, Encouraging Residential Use, Attractions and Tourism Initiatives. Evening activities are an increasingly significant component of the economy of town and citycentres.The evening economy encompasses shopping, sports, eating, drinking, dancing, theatre,cinema and other entertainments.The town centre is an ideal location for all of these activities, andthe right combination of relaxing places to eat and drink, and exciting attractions to enjoy can resultin workers remaining in the town centre into the evening and spending significant amounts of their disposable income.
Posted: 14/03/05 | Filesize: 482 Kb
ATCM POLICY SUMMARY: ON-STREET DRINKING
A significant percentage of the population like to meet friends and family, have a meal or generally socialise involving the consumption of alcohol. The sound management of on-street drinking whether during daylight hours or the evening economy is to be encouraged preventing the escalation of alcohol related crime and accidents. Each year thousands people are scarred for life involving injuries through broken glass alone. Bye-laws in some towns and cities have successfully regulated street drinking by restricting the consumption of alcohol in public places. In order for a bye-law to work, it must have an easily identified ‘zone’, support from the police to enhance law enforcement as well as the backing from local retailers, commercial and leisure interests within the chosen area.
Posted: 14/03/05 | Filesize: 73 Kb