ESRC Seminar Series: Anti-Social Behaviour, Urban Spaces and the Night-time Economy
- Date: Thursday 17 April 2008, 9:45 – 16:30
- Location: University of Leeds
- Type: Seminars
- Cost: Free
This third seminar in the ESRC 'Governing through Anti-social Behaviour' series considered the regulation of ASB in public and quasi-public spaces both during the day and night-time economies.
It explored the geographies of exclusion in the gentrification and purification of space in the context of a culture of anxiety and fear.
In particular, it focused upon the policing of disorder-related problems associated with prostitution, drug use and alcohol consumption.
It specifically considered the use and implications of dispersal orders and designated public places orders, as well as the role of Business Improvement Districts and proposed Alcohol Disorder Zones in regulating urban spaces.
- Seminar 3 Programme (PDF, 84KB)
- Introduction and Seminar Aims - Adam Crawford (Powerpoint Presentation, 192KB)
- 'In search of safety? The governance of anti-social behaviour and the "re-moralisation of city spaces"'- Nick Fyfe (Powerpoint Presentation, 846KB)
- 'Town Planning and the Night-time City: Still at the Margins' - Marion Roberts and Adam Eldridge (PDF, 603KB)
- 'Regulating the Sexual City: Compulsory Rehabilitation Orders and Kerb Crawler Re-education Programmes' - Teela Sanders (Powerpoint Presentation, 3.63MB)
- 'Regulating the Night-time Economy: Policy Developments' - Phil Hadfield and Peter Traynor (Powerpoint Presentation, 96KB)
- 'Alcohol and Violence in the Night-time City' - Zara Anderson and Karen Hughes (PDF, 192KB)
- Seminar 3 Report (PDF, 112KB)
University of Leeds.