Is the night time economy a vital part of Brixton's essence and character? Do you want it to be alcohol-led as it has been for many years? Do you want it to be foodie-led instead? Do you want it to have less of a night-time economy? A lot of desires I see expressed here at the moment seem to be in conflict with one another. There's seems to be a lot of support for protecting certain alchohol based late night places like the 414. On the other hand we have the "sleepless Brixton" campaign. There was for a while an objection to things turning more foodie-oriented; now there are objections to some of the same food-based places morphing into club type operations at certain times. Underneath it all there's perhaps a feeling that it's more about the type of people that are attracted and a perception that the drunken late night revellers of today are not as well behaved as those of ten years ago. Or is it simply that there are too many of them? Are there more of them? Are they less well behaved? Should certain venues be allowed to continue to operate because they don't attract the wrong type of people or should it be about things like level of soundproofing? What would a coherent planning/licencing policy for Brixton's nightlife look like, in your view?