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24-hour cities are culturally valuable and economically crucial. One in eight London jobs is in the night-time sector and the £26billion night-time economy is set to grow. On 25 July, the Mayor of London revealed the first vision of London as a 24-hour city in which the role of the city’s night-time economy, as well as its culture and leisure scene, were recognised.

Join us for a breakfast event which takes an international perspective on 24-hour cities. Understand the complexities of planning for night time environments and find out how cities around the world are competing on the world stage with innovative policies to attract growth.

This event brings together leading built environment professionals to examine and discuss the role of planning and policy in the creation of successful night-time spaces. From promoting investment of night time spaces to ensuring cities are welcoming at night to all that use them, this event is a must for anyone interested in the potential of 24-hour cities and the economy they support.

The event begins at 9:00 am and finishes at 10:30 am.


Speakers include:

- Danny Collins, associate director of Savills and co-author of the Late Night Management Areas Research for the city of Sydney

- Max Farrell, partner at Farrells

- Florence Lam, fellow and director at Arup


This event is organised by The Built Environment Trust and is part of the Night Time Is The Right Time exhibition.

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