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This chapter concentrates on London's acid techno below ground community. It examines the methods which public law has recently attempted to welcome and secure night life, in the light of a high variety of club closures. The study is based on an evaluation of vital papers associated with planning and culture, released by public authorities and ad hoc bodies; planning applications and subsequent records on development control choice; meeting with a series of stakeholders, including regional authority staff, club owners, music producers, events and djs promoters.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-4741-0_5
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