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Public policy and tourism in England

Public policy and tourism in England

a review of national and local trends

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Published by Department of Geography, University of Exeter in Exeter .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGareth Shaw...(et al.).
SeriesDiscussion papers / Cornish Tourism Research Project -- 3
ContributionsShaw, Gareth., Cornish Tourism Research Project.
The Physical Object
Pagination35p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14159358M

Tourism Policy Policy refers to an overall, high-level plan that includes goals and procedures. Policies are generally found in formal statements such as laws and official documents and statements. Tourism Policy is generally considered to be an area of a nation s overall economic policy. It is a public. Tourism policy development needs to be aware of such changes. Economy-wide impact of tourism Tourism contributes to activity in virtually every industry across the economy. The process by which the consumer (visitor) comes to the product (the destination), consumes identifiable tourism products and also incurs normal day-to-day living expenses.

from both the public and private sectors to develop this Strategic Framework and associated Action Plans. These have been created to ensure that England’s tourism industry maximises its contribution to the economy, employment and quality of life in England through operating in an increasingly coordinated and sustainable manner.   He wants a full public consultation and the report to cover the economic, housing, education, transport, planning, trading standard, public health and environmental impact of tourism.

Hall is Head of the Department of Tourism at the University of Otago in New Zealand. He is Honorary Professor of the Department of Marketing, University of Stirling in Scotland and Honorary Visiting Professor in the School of Leisure and Food Management at Sheffield Hallam University in England. Tourism works hand in hand with a wide range of sectors across England, including farming, transport, retail, sport, museums and the arts. Download our England Tourism Factsheet for (PDF, KB). Download our Key Facts & Trends Infographic (PDF, KB) Economic impact.


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