Night Time Industries Association

NTIA summit: A look at nightlife across the globe (Credit: Elspeth Moore)

Nightlife leaders on tackling global challenges

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Nightlife industry leaders from across the globe discussed how to overcome obstacles and help the sector thrive at the Night Time Industries Association’s NTE Summit last week.

Driving change: The mayors of the North and West Midlands discuss the night-time economy (Credit: Elspeth Moore)

Mayors of the North call for VAT cut

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Mayors of the North united to call for an industry-wide VAT cut in the Spring Budget at the Night Time Economy Summit last week.

Modernisation: NTIA's Michael Kill said the move was a 'significant milestone' (Getty/ Peter Kade)

NTIA welcomes modernisation of spiking laws

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has welcomed the Home Office’s announcement to modernise legislation around drink and needle spiking.

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'Seed' music scene could boost sector by £2.4bn

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

A report published today (29 November) reveals the ‘seed’ music scene, gigging in the hospitality sector, could be the catalyst for a multi-billion-pound boost to venues and artists.

Listen up: Late-night sector rallies to protect hearing health (Credit: Getty/ XiXinXing)

NTIA campaign champions hearing health

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) is aiming to publish free training for nightclubs on hearing health as part of the ‘Listen for Life’ campaign launched last week.

Celebration: The future of nightclub E1 has been secured (Credit: Getty/dwphotos)

NTIA celebrates as future of E1 club secured

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

East London nightclub E1 has been working with Tower Hamlets and Big Yellow Storage to safeguard the future of the nightclub in new development plans.

Workers 'penalised': The ULEZ scheme is set to be expanded in August (Credit: Getty/ lechatnoir)

Almost 37k nights workers at risk of double ULEZ charge

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has called for a revision of London’s current Transport for London system, which currently puts some 36,990 night workers at risk of being charged twice in one shift under the ULEZ scheme.

No laughing matter: NTIA welcomes ban of nitrous oxide (Getty/ Peter Dazeley)

Trade body welcomes nitrous oxide ban

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has welcomed the Government’s ban of nitrous oxide gas, after the drug had put “immense pressure” on the late-night sector.

Industry recognition: Greater Manchester will host next year's NTIA Summit (Getty/Ingus Kruklitis)

Greater Manchester to host 2024 NTIA Summit

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Greater Manchester will host the NTIA Night Time Economy Summit 2024, which the trade body claimed will be one of its most ambitious projects to date.

Hard hit: Officials call for support for independent businesses (Getty/ gilaxia)

Gov has ‘failed’ cultural sector

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Independent businesses and culture are most at risk according to the second NTIA Night Time Economy Report, and officials claim Government has “failed” the sector.

Safety first: Night Safe Champion Programme launched at NTIA summit (Getty/ Caiaimage/ Tom Merton)

NTIA launches Night Safe Champion Programme

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) and Savenightlife CIC have joined forces with Safeguarding Nightlife to launch the new Night Safe Champion Programme, which will focus on the key challenges faced in hospitality.

Tough trade: NTIA reacts to nightclub losses (Getty/ SolStock)

Nightclub losses reflect ‘disproportionate support’

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

A third of nightclubs have been lost since before the pandemic, which reflects “disproportionate support” and a challenging trading environment, according to the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA).

Good decision: trade body welcomes new security measures (Getty/ gilaxia)

NTIA ‘welcomes’ Martyn’s Law

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has “welcomed” new legislation that will be introduced to tighten security at venues in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing.

Working together: Government should listen to sector's concerns regarding licensing (Getty/ SolStock)

Licensing Act follow-up ‘extremely disappointing’

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

The Government has published the long-awaited follow-up to the House of Lords Liaison Committee publication ‘The Licensing Act 2003: post-legislative scrutiny’, but it has been dubbed “extremely disappointing”.