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Budget 2020: Chancellor abolishes business rates for small leisure firms

Business rates in England will be abolished for one year for firms in the leisure and hospitality sectors with a rateable value below £51,000.
 

Flight shaming expected to have significant impact on UK travel over next two years

Flight shaming, an emerging consumer trend, is expected to have a major impact on the UK's tourism and travel industries over the next two years, new research has found.
 

Richard Branson launches Virgin’s first cruise ship with onboard spa

Richard Branson has unveiled Virgin’s first cruise ship – called The Scarlett Lady – kicking off the launch of Virgin Voyages’ fleet which will be known as the “Lady Ships”.
 

Duke of Sussex launches sustainable tourism initiative at Travel Tourism Summit in Edinburgh

Prince Harry, HRH Duke of Sussex has returned to the UK for his first public appearance, one of his final as a 'senior royal', since he and his wife, Meghan Markle, renounced their HRH titles earlier this year.
 

Welsh government to invest £60m in tourism

The Welsh government has announced plans to invest £60m ($78m, €71m) in its tourism industry over the next five years.
 

Radisson adds revamped cultural icon to luxury Radisson Collection hotels portfolio

Radisson has added the Edwardian Manchester to its luxury Radisson Collection hotels portfolio following a £12m (US$16m, €14m) renovation of its Grade II-listed Free Trade Hall venue.
 

Hesselbrand's Acquarossa Spa & Hotel is carbon-conscious and community-focused

Architects Hesselbrand have designed the 120-room Acquarossa Spa & Hotel in the Swiss Alps with elements for sustainability and fostering a sense of community among both guests and residents of the local area.
 

WilkinsonEyre and Grant Associates unveil island playground masterplan for Singapore

Architects WilkinsonEyre and landscape architects Grant Associates have unveiled a conceptual masterplan for "a global leisure and recreation destination" on two islands off the south coast of Singapore.
 

Hotel and cinema complex will be an artwork in itself says Woods Bagot's Helen Taylor

When the scaffolding comes down later this year on Edwardian Hotels' £300m (US$387m, €348m), Woods Bagot-designed Londoner hotel, an artwork façade will be revealed.
 

Native Places opens UK's largest aparthotel with vast warehouse atrium

Native has opened the UK's largest aparthotel, designed by Archer Humphryes Architects, in Manchester's former Ducie Street railway goods warehouse.

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