The progress update sets out the next steps on planning, development, licensing, business rates, and the promotion of London as the world’s best music city.
London is the biggest city in the world to appoint a Night Czar - writer, broadcaster, DJ, performer and campaigner, Amy Lamé.
Steps forward this week gaining coverage in all sorts of interesting places. We look forward to the meeting mentioned in The Stage: The Stage: Government to host music industry talks to save small venues Government to host music industry talks to save small venues by Georgia Snow, The Stage Photo [...]
Mayor acts on rescue plan to save London's Music Venues The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today threw his weight behind the campaign to halt the drop in the number of music venues in the capital. Since 2007 London has lost 35 per cent of its grassroots music venues and [...]
A Camden nightclub has won its court battle to prevent the pub next to it from being turned into flats. by David Burke, Ham & High Koko, at 1A Camden High Street, appealed to the High Court after plans to turn the Hope and Anchor pub into eight flats were [...]
Mayor of London announces London Music Venues Taskforce Music Venue Trust appointed to chair panel looking at the future of Music Venues in the capital The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today announced the creation of the capital's first Music Venues Taskforce, which is to look at steps the city [...]