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We were interested to hear thoughts and ideas on how we can enhance the vibrancy and diversity of our night-time offerings in the ACT. We created a panel of representatives to help shape reforms.
Our vision is for a city where the night brings exciting opportunity for all Canberrans and visitors to connect, explore culture, work and have fun.
Stakeholder insights and perspectives are vital in shaping the future of the night-time economy. Key stakeholders, including small businesses, community representative organisations, and tourism providers, shared unique perspectives and views.
The panel explored potential reforms that relate to the night-time economy, including liquor regulations, entertainment precincts, noise, governance, opportunities for small business, safety, and urban management issues.
The outcomes of the consultation will inform the development of a package of reforms and strategies that support the night-time economy.
How to have YourSay
Registrations closed 17 August 2023.
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We conducted workshops with people from small businesses, community representative groups, tourism providers, as well as the arts and live music sector to join a deliberative panel to explore the shape the ACT Government's approach to regulatory and non-regulatory changes that will support a successful night-time and entertainment economy in the ACT.
Members of the panel had the opportunity to share their views by participating in a series of three workshops in August and September 2023.
For those selected to become a member of the Canberra Night-time Economy Panel, who were not attending on behalf of employers or representative groups, we offered a $50 EFTPOS gift card per person per session as an honorarium and to offset any costs of participating including parking or transport.
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The outcomes of the consultation will inform the development of a comprehensive package of reforms and strategies that support the night-time economy.