A continental ambience? Lessons in managing alcohol-related evening and night-time entertainment from four European capitals

Roberts, M., Turner, C., Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. A continental ambience? Lessons in managing alcohol-related evening and night-time entertainment from four European capitals. Urban Studies. 43 (7), pp. 1105-1125.

TitleA continental ambience? Lessons in managing alcohol-related evening and night-time entertainment from four European capitals
AuthorsRoberts, M., Turner, C., Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G.
Abstract

Attempts to revitalise the centres of British towns and cities in the 1990s drew on the concept of the 24-hour city and, by extension, into liquor licensing reform. The protagonists for the 24-hour city, and many magistrates and local authorities, assumed that a relaxation of British licensing laws would bring about a more civilised mode of alcohol consumption and deliver a 'continental ambience' to urban life that would extend into the night. This paper brings forward evidence from a cross-cultural comparison of four European cities to demonstrate that a 'continental' style of alcohol consumption is supported by a variety of controls and enforcement measures. It concludes that British free market attitudes to licensing reform will undermine the government's professed aspirations for an 'urban renaissance' of cultural inclusion and animation.

JournalUrban Studies
Journal citation43 (7), pp. 1105-1125
ISSN0042-0980
YearJun 2006
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/00420980600711423
Publication dates
PublishedJun 2006

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