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Tourism Alliance Evidence to Select Committee Inquiry

Friday 04 May 2007, 10:39 AM

The Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee is currently holding an inquiry into the Government's management of its tourism responsibilities. The Tourism Alliance has presented the Committee with detailed evidence on what needs to be done to boost the UK's inbound and domestic tourism industries.

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Tourism Alliance Supports Energy Saving (Daylight) Bill

Tuesday 16 January 2007, 4:28 PM

The Tourism Alliance is supporting Tim Yeo's Private Member's Bill that aims to reduce energy consumption and, thereby, reduce carbon emissions, by putting clocks forward one hour in winter and two hours in summer. Such a move will have other considerable benefits including an increase in domestic tourism. Attached is a briefing sent to MPs urging them to vote in favour of the Bill.

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TA Welcome>Legacy Olympics Submission

Monday 20 November 2006, 11:32 AM

The Tourism Alliance has sent DCMS a detailed submission on what needs to be done to ensure the tourism benefits derived from holding the 2012 Olympic Games are maximised. Core to this is the establishment of a coherent framework in which the tourism bodies and the tourism industry can develop and implement a co-ordinated and well-resourced marketing, media and communications strategy.

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Tourism Alliance Select Committee Evidence

Wednesday 18 October 2006, 4:46 PM

The Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee is conducting an inquiry into maximising the legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games. The Tourism Alliance has submitted the attached evidence as to how the tourism legacy can be maximised.

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Making Tourism in England Sustainable

Friday 13 October 2006, 9:46 AM

Attached is a supplementary paper on sustainable tourism to be read in conjunction with DCMS's Welcome>Legacy consultation document on developing a tourism strategy for the 2012 Olympic Games

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Welcome>Legacy Discussion Meeting

Monday 04 September 2006, 1:07 PM

The Tourism Alliance is co-sponsoring an important meeting to discuss the development of the Government's Tourism Strategy for the 2012 Olympic Games with senior Government and public body officials. The meeting will be on 9th October 2006 at the Sofitel St James Hotel in London. Attached is a booking form for the event.

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Sustainable Tourism Conference

Monday 04 September 2006, 12:32 PM

DCMS's Tourism Review Implementation Group subcommittee on sustainable tourism is holding a one-day conference on 1 November 2006 to highlight a three part model it has developed to initiate, support and reward businesses in moving towards sustainable practice.

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Licensing Fees - final submission

Wednesday 28 June 2006, 12:47 PM

With the Independent Licensing Fees Review Panel due to report back to the Minister in Autumn, the Tourism Alliance has taken the opportunity to reinforce the amendments that need to be made to ensure a fair and equitable licensing fees structure that does not penalise SMEs, businesses with low alcohol sales and destinations hosting Temporary Large Scale Events.

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Comprehensive Spending Review Must Include Investment in Tourism

Friday 19 May 2006, 2:36 PM

With the 2007 Comprehensive Spending Review now underway, the Tourism Alliance has written to the Chancellor and Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport stating the need for Government to; 1. Provide Sufficient Funding to Maximise the Tourism Legacy of the Olympic Games 2. Maximise the Benefit of Government Expenditure on Domestic Tourism 3. Improve Tourism Statistics

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National Tourism Structures - Who's Got it Right

Wednesday 19 April 2006, 4:01 PM

The past month saw the Tourism Boards (Scotland) Bill being introduced into the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly transfering the functions of the Wales Tourist Board to Visit Wales - the Welsh Assembly's own tourism team. This article, written for Caterer and Hotelkeeper's online magazine, examines the national tourism structures now in place in England, Scotland and Wales and asks, "Which administration has got it right?"

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