Colmore Safer Licensing & Hospitality Network
The Colmore Safer Licensing and Hospitality Network (CSLHN) is a sub-set of the Safe and Sound Working Group. CSLHN has responsibility for delivery of community safety initiatives associated with the BID’s hospitality sector (defined as Coffee Shops, Hotels, Conference & Meeting Centres, Restaurants, Public Houses and Night Clubs).
An Advisory Group meets bi-monthly to discuss topical issues, consult on hospitality project proposals and to provide any community safety related feedback to officers from the BID’s Street Operations Team. The Advisory Group comprises of an elected Chair and other representatives from both the licensed and non-licensed hospitality sectors.
The CSLHN is always looking for more Advisory Group members. If you are interested to learn more please contact Colmore BID for more details.
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