Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Coastal Communities Report 2014 published

The Office of National Statistics has published a new Coastal Communities Report. The data in the report is from 2011, however the findings support the recent Sheffield Hallam report on Coastal Destinations published earlier this year, highlighting the challenges faced by some coastal destinations in England and Wales. Read More

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Visit Britain launches new free travel trade online tool

Earlier this week Visit Britain launched a new feature on their travel trade website. The site provides a Suppliers Directory http://trade.visitbritain.com/en-uk/ This is a free directory of  tourism businesses of all sizes and locations in the UK, allowing business to be searchable and contactable by the overseas trade. The directory will be visible to UK and overseas travel trade enabling publicity and  business referrals. There is no charge for the listing but there may be translation costs for language versions of the directory. The text on the trade website is the responsibility of each supplier. For more information visit http://trade.visitbritain.com/en-uk/uk-supplier-directory/supplier-directory-itinerary-builder/ To upload your business on the website... Read More

Monday, 27 October 2014

Holiday Caravan Sites (Wales) Bill Stage 1 Report Published

The Communities, Equality and Local Government Committee’s report on the Holiday Caravan Sites (Wales) Bill Stage 1, has been published. It is worth noting recommendation 1: 'We recommend that the Assembly does not support the general principles of the Bill'. Read More

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Regulatory Reform Committee publishes its report on scrutiny of the draft ‘Legislative Reform (Entertainment Licensing ) Order 2014

The Regulatory Reform Committee of the House of Commons has published a report on its scrutiny of the  draft ‘Legislative Reform (Entertainment Licensing ) Order 2014’ http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201415/cmselect/cmdelreg/742/74202.htm

The Report concludes  that a satisfactory case has been made in favour of the proposals and recommends that the draft Order be approved. Approval will be sort through approval procedure in both Houses of Parliament. Read More

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