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This week, Milan makes a U. I spoke with him recently to find out what lessons he and Amsterdam have to share with other cities. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Would you prefer if you did?
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I think you could sometimes have more influence on the city outside of politics instead of being inside. I have a really good relationship with the mayor. I speak to him privately a couple times a year. It will be more difficult to have your own opinion. The most important thing is that it should be somebody that really knows nightlife. Our goal for the future is to make sure that every political party in city council has a specialist dedicated for nightlife, so that they will have a policy or vision on what they want to do with nightlife culture.
In the coming elections in , we will do our very best to make sure that all young people that go out will vote for city council. A: The most concrete is of course the hour licenses.
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And why? Because it was a moment in time for Amsterdam. We really changed something with the role of the night — for partygoers, but also on the scene. And of course, me as well. The most radical thing about this whole process — and a lesson that can be learned in other cities — is that we looked at the quality of the content of the venues. Instead of just looking to see if they had four walls, a roof, and a bouncer in front of the door. A: Yeah. And then you have a really big VIP room.
So we laid down a vision. If they proposed live music, DJ s, a gallery space and cultural nights, then we asked: Who do you have employed to programme these kinds of things? Did they really want to do something creative or just make more money? And they did add something, because Amsterdam is now in the international spotlight when it comes to club culture thanks to [hour licensed] venues like Trouw, De School and Shelter. Bar owners put money on the table, the city doubled that money, and together we decided on what would be the best things to do to improve this district. They are seen as nonaggressive by partygoers.
They give you advice on where to go, what kind of clubs, what kind of music, even maybe how to get past the door bitch [bouncer]. So really making it more welcoming. This report goes directly to the first community officer — our structure is you have the police, then you have community officers and then you have the stewards or the Square Hosts below that. Cities have to understand that the way people communicate with each other is much more direct nowadays because of Facebook, because of WhatsApp — this system gives people the feeling that their problems are taken seriously by the municipality.
You can only do it, of course, if you have the personnel on the back end to respond to the complaints. Q: And does this give you some data the city can use to better manage nightlife?