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The GLA's City Intelligence Unit conducts research and analysis to understand the experiences of Londoners at night as well as the prevalence, characteristics, and experience of night time workers.

The latest, December 2023, publication provides a glimpse into the next London At Night Evidence Base update, which will be published in the coming months. It reveals the latest headline findings about London’s night-time workforce.

Previous publications available on this page include:

  • A representative survey of Londoners in March 2022
  • Analysis of ONS Labour Force Survey data from 2015 to 2022 published in January 2023.

London at Night: An Updated Evidence Base for a 24 hour City (March 2024) reveals the latest headline findings and shows how activity across London has changed since its first publication in 2018.

This short publication provides a glimpse into the next 'London At Night Evidence Base' update, which will be published in the coming months.

Analysis by The Liminal Space and Cornish + Grey.

Night Club is a unique initiative that brings sleep experts into the workplace to help workers and employers create a better and healthier experience of working at night. The programme was designed by The Liminal Space in close partnership with night time workers themselves, and is underpinned by rigorous academic research from Oxford University’s Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute.

Data for Evening & Night workers in London based on analyses using ONS Labour Force Survey data from 2015 to 2022

A slide deck on Evening & Night workers in London based on analyses using ONS Labour Force Survey data from 2015 to 2022