Public meeting on Leicester's night-time economy

Leicester's night-time economy will be examined in a third public meeting set to be held this week. The gathering will focus on issues raised at earlier sessions including a desire to see more diversity in activities and attractions, improved management and more aggressive enforcement against antisocial activities. The consultation aims to help Leicester City Council devise ways to build an effective night-time economy. A final report is due this summer.

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