Diminished inclusivity in public space: How alcohol reduces people’s use and enjoyment of public places

26 Aug 2019

This literature review explores what is known about the ways local supply and use of alcohol affects the pleasantness or attractiveness of a place (amenity); and the extent to which people are willing to enter, use or live in a locality (inclusivity of public space).

This review supports a study of such impacts in New Zealand neighbourhoods and in the licensing process.