The Universities of Kent and Lincoln are currently doing research on the impacts of different night-time economyb usinesses. The results of this research could help inform policies that will ensure the city will be a safe place to be. They are asking businesses and individuals to complete a short survey.
They are especially interested in the positive and negative impacts on local communities of newer premises such as lap-dancing venues .
The purpose of the study is to understand what people think about nightlife and nuisance in relation to night time businesses, with a specific focus on lap dancing as there's no academic evidence which reveals what people and business owners think, and the impacts they imagine or experience lap dancing clubs to have.
The universities will be distributing the findings at a media event at the end of the year and participants will be entitled to a copy of the findings.
There is also a chance to win a shopping voucher to the value of £50, and all responses will be completely anonymous. Please contact Professor Phil Hubbard at email@example.com or the research associate for the project, Miss Billie Lister at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any further information.
The online survey can be found at : www.survey.kent.ac.uk/nightlife
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