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LICENSING REFORM BRINGS CITIES TO LIFE

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A conference tomorrow will discuss the idea that by liberalising licensing hours and encouraging more people back i...
A conference tomorrow will discuss the idea that by liberalising licensing hours and encouraging more people back into the city extra employment is created and the city is stopped from becoming a ghost town.

The Guardian (Society, p7) looks at Oxford's contribution to the new '24-hour city' initiative being taken up by many cities around the country.

Planning guidance published last month by the government spoke of the need to promote the 'evening economy' and the home office has put out proposals to extend normal losing time by one hour on Friday and Saturdays, the paper reports.

Details of tomorrow's Licensing Reform conference from John Grogan at Leeds City Council (0113 243 4050).
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