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The Tourism Alliance has welcomed the launch of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) consultation document on the development of a tourism strategy ... More
The Tourism Alliance has called into question the validity of the UK Tourism Survey (UKTS), claiming that its results for 2005 were contrary to industry ... More
The European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) has released a report claiming that Countries that host the Olympic Games suffer a drop in tourism growth in ... More
The UK hospitality industry will unite to say 'No' to the proposed bed tax at the British Hospitality Association's 2006 Annual Luncheon next week. There ... More
In a letter to Tessa Jowell, secretary of state for culture, media and sport, Prime Minister Tony Blair has laid out the seven priorities for ... More
VisitBritain and UKinbound last night announced the creation of the first British Tourism Week, to be held between 12-18 March 2007. Unveiling the initiative at ... More
JP Lennard
JP Lennard
A new UK government guide aimed at supporting the tourism industry was launched this month by planning minister, Baroness Andrews, and tourism minister, Shaun Woodward. ... More
The campaign to battle the possible introduction of a ‘tourist-’ or ‘bed’-tax continues to grow apace, with many of the industry’s leading representatives now speaking ... More
The past month has seen a flurry of activity to tackle the possible introduction of a ‘tourist’ or ‘bed tax’, with the Lyons Review still ... More
Why is the introduction of a tourism tax – more popularly known as a bed tax – such bad news for the tourism industry? Sir ... More
The first airport-style security for rail passengers began operating on12 January at Paddington station in London. Passengers will be required to walk through a scanner ... More
UK tourism and heritage experts took part in the Sino-UK Cultural Heritage Seminar at the China International Travel Market in Kunming on 25 November. Dominic ... More
Spa Life UK
Spa Life UK
Economic development and transport minister Andrew Davies AM was the keynote speaker at the BHA-sponsored dinner for delegates at the annual Wales Tourism Alliance Conference ... More
A number of tourism leaders have called for more emphasis to be placed on improving the domestic tourism market. The calls come as further data ... More
The second National Conference of Visitor Attractions (VAC2005) took place yesterday (12 October) at the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre in London. The event, organised on ... More
All British Hospitality Association (BHA) members in Wales are invited to attend the 4th Wales Tourism Alliance Conference, the annual conference to address key tourism ... More
The past fortnight for the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has seen many moves by the association to reassure the public in the aftermath of the ... More
The Tourism Industry Emergency Response (TIER) group has released new research following the 7 July attacks in London which indicate that spending by overseas visitors ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
According to tourism body VisitLondon, the capital is quickly returning to normal following the London bomb attacks on 7 July which left 52 people dead ... More
David Williams, director of the Ambassador Hotel, LLandudno, has been elected chair of the British Hospitality Association’s (BHA) national executive. He is a former chair ... More
The organisers of Leisure Industry Week (LIW) have announced that the 2005 exhibition will host more educational programmes than ever before. Taking place at Birmingham ... More
Kurt Janson has been appointed director of policy and administration of the Tourism Alliance (TA). Previously the head of strategic planning for VisitBritain, Janson will ... More
The chief executive of the British Hospitality Association (BHA), Bob Cotton, has been appointed to the London Mayoral Commission, which is investigating the potential for ... More
Speaking at the inaugural Visitor Attractions Conference (VAC2004) this week, culture secretary Tessa Jowell said that large and well-placed visitor attractions are vital to tourism ... More
British attractions and tourism organisations have teamed up to host the First National Conference of Visitor Attractions (VAC2004) this October. Organised on a not-for-profit basis ... More
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JP Lennard
JP Lennard