15 October Revitalisation of Sydney’s Night-Time Economy October 15, 2019 By Accommodation Association General Sydney, night time, economy, Lockout laws 0 The NSW Parliament Joint Select Committee Inquiry into Sydney's night-time economy was convened on the 29 May 2019. The Association provided a submission to the inquiry and was represented at the Hearings.On the 30 September 2019 the Joint Select Committee published its report consisting of a total of 40 recommendations focussed on rejuvenating the night-time economy. The Association welcomed the Committee’s recommendations inclusive of: That the NSW Government appoint an overarching coordinator to bring together all relevant stakeholders to enhance Sydney's night-time economy; The recognition of the need for more arts and music venues, to support demand growth; Improvements and enhancements to late-night transport options; Better surveillance and policing and appropriate lighting in the streets and parks to enhance safety; That the NSW Government allocate funding to promote Sydney’s night-time economy to both a domestic and international audience; Related Articles $35 Million cut to state tourism promotion highly disappointing and a false economy Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF) has described a $35 million cut to funding for tourism promotion announced in today's State budget as highly disappointing and puts the State at risk of losing momentum, in an increasingly competitive domestic market for the tourism dollar Investing in regional tourism Will Hodgman, Premier & Minister for Tourism, Hospitality and Events, says tourism fuels our state's economy and contributes more than $3 billion to gross state product, while supporting around 38,000 jobs - 15.6% of total employment across the state. Our plan to back Australia's tourism industry and create more jobs Minister for Trade, Tourism, and Investment, Simon Birmingham, says a re-elected Morrison Government will continue to grow Australia's $136 billion tourism industry as part of our plan to keep the economy strong and generate another 1.25 million jobs across Australia Arrive Expected: Australia's First Hotel Sky Lobby Rises 21 Storeys above Sydney TFE Hotels’ A by Adina Sydney, set to open late April 2021, is being billed as the flagship property of an elevated new ‘premium’ suite of Apartment Hotels, where VIP guest experience is set to soar to extraordinary heights. AAoA VIC State Advisory Board met with The Minister for Tourism, Sport & Major Events The Accommodation Association Victorian State Advisory Board and members met with the Hon Martin Pakula MP, Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events at the newly opened Novotel Melbourne Central Hotel signature restaurant "Pretty Boy Italian Steak House" Vivid shines light on Sydney businesses Businesses in the CBD are being encouraged to prepare for a bustling period when Sydney is transformed into a luminous and radiant city during the Vivid Festival later this month. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.