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UK Music Jan 18
Fantastic news! welcomes a "seismic victory" for all those who fought so hard to safeguard the future of music venues across the UK, as Govt today backs plan to protect music venues
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UK Music Jan 18
Victory for campaign as Government backs plans to protect grassroots venues from developers. Thank you for the great article available here:
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Sajid Javid Jan 18
Pleased to be putting a clear principle in national planning policy to help protect music venues
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Michael Dugher Jan 18
When I took the difficult decision to stand down from the House of Commons, I said I still wanted to make a difference. I hoped I could do that at . Today I feel, in small way perhaps, I’ve done that
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Matt Hancock Jan 18
ICYMI: Brilliant news for live music today with principle being brought forward to protect music venues around the UK.
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Conservatives 2h
Replying to @Conservatives
1. We're adopting the principle to protect live music venues across the UK.
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Michael Dugher Jan 18
A seismic victory for all those who fought so hard to safeguard the future of music venues across the UK, from grassroots community activists to Britain’s global music stars, who have spent years calling for & who supported the Spellar Bill
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Mayor of London Jan 20
The principle is vital for protecting grassroots music venues, so I’m glad the Govt is backing plans to roll it out more widely. Read about how my Night Czar is working to safeguard London’s night-time economy
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Mayor of London Jan 19
I’m committed to protecting London’s grassroots music venues. That’s why I put the principle in my draft London Plan and supported ’s campaign to see this rolled out more widely. Pleased the Govt is backing plans that will protect venues across the country
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Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Govt Jan 18
Housing Secretary plans to strengthen planning rules to protect music venues and their neighbours from noise issues
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Music Venue Trust Jan 18
BIG NEWS! Today announced that will be adopted into The National Planning Framework. Thank you to everyone who has supported our campaign over the last 3 years to reach this milestone! Big up and .
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Mayor of London Jan 19
Replying to @MayorofLondon
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Stephanie Clark Jan 18
This is a fantastic initiative! Kudos to . Imagine if more businesses did this so access to this support was available in a wider geography throughout the city. Always have tokens in the car, purse or pocket to distribute as you see a person in need
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M Magazine Jan 21
In case you missed the good news, the government has backed the campaign to save music venues, which described as 'a seismic victory'
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UK Music Jan 19
Thanks for the great coverage on the music industry victory. Read about the new plans here:
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Musicians' Union Jan 19
ICYMI: we've won the fight for ! It's going to be included in the National Planning Policy Framework, protecting music venues & other businesses when areas are being considered for redevelopment >
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Public Service Broadcasting Jan 18
This is great news. Congratulations to John Spellar, and everyone who supported the principle.
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Amelia Womack Jan 20
Fantastic article from on the 'Agent of Change Principle' that will help protect music venues by putting the responsibility of sound proofing on developers rather than venues
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john spellar Jan 18
great news for the industry , fans and musicians , thanks for all your support in the campaign and also to ministers for responding constructively
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Sound Diplomacy 1h
We're looking forward to our first event of 2018 in tomorrow, where we'll cover in greater detail our Music Export and Music Cities pledges as well as discuss
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