Conference sharing local government best practice for managing and measuring night time activities

The National Local Government Drug and Alcohol Committee (NLGDAAC) has invited councils to participate in a one day conference that will provide the information needed to measure and manage the night time activities in communities from a local government perspective.

NLGDAAC members will provide an overview of how activities are managed in their communities, sharing a broad knowledge of successful solutions that balance the provision of vibrant and engaged entertainment districts, while still ensuring public safety.

Who should attend? Council officers and those involved in managing entertainment districts of their Local Government Area, including those with responsibilities for:

  • Planning policy
  • Economic development
  • Urban design and place making
  • Traffic and transport
  • Community Safety
  • Homelessness

The conference will take place on 25 November with early bird registration available until 25 October.

The NLGDAAC is also inviting applications for speaking roles at the event. If interested, applications should be provided to the NLGDAAC by COB 31 August using this application form.