Night Time Commission

London Night Time Commission

About the Night Time Commission

The Mayor of London has appointed a Night Time Commission. Their aim is to help realise the Mayor’s Vision for London as a 24-Hour City.

They will carry out research to understand what life in London is like between 6pm and 6am.

They will consult with London residents, evening and night workers, councils, businesses, community groups, public sector organisations and visitors to the capital. They want to know how to make London better for everyone at night.

They will report back in late 2018 and recommend how London can become one of the world’s most forward-thinking night time cities.

The Night Time Commission wants your views on London at night

The Night Time Commission is asking businesses, local authority departments, residents’ groups, charities, community groups, public sector organisations, trade unions and other organisations to respond to their consultation.

You will find the consultation questions and the email address to respond to here.

The deadline for responses has been extended to 10am on Tuesday 20 February 2018.


The members of the London Night Time Commission are:

• Nihal Arthanayake, Radio Presenter
• Maria Balshaw CBE, Director of Tate Galleries
• Hannah Barry, Founder of Bold Tendencies
• Laura Citron, CEO of London & Partners
• Alan Clamp, CEO of the Security Industries Authority
• Paul Davies, Director of Nightworks
• Jamal Edwards MBE, CEO of SBTV
• Jan Hart, Director of Public Protection at the London Borough of Islington
• Councillor Angela Harvey, Chair of Licensing at the City of Westminster
• Les Isaac OBE, Founder of Street Pastors
• David Lutton, Director at London First
• Shakira Martin, President of the National Union of Students
• Alan Miller, Chair of the Night Time Industries Association
• Ros Morgan, CEO of the Heart of London Business Alliance
• Rommel Moseley, Director at the Drinkaware Trust
• Lucy Musgrave, Director of Publica
• Jo Negrini, CEO of the London Borough of Croydon
• Kate Nicholls, CEO of the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers
• Samantha Renke, Actor
• Councillor Darren Rodwell, Leader of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
• Indhu Rubasingham, Director of the Tricycle Theatre
• Riz Shaikh, Director of the Columbo Group
• Superintendent Roy Smith of the Metropolitan Police
• Hannah Wadey, CEO of the Safer London Business Partnership
• Carly Wilford, DJ
• Alex Williams, Director of City Planning at Transport for London