This section explains the role of public agencies in destination management and the role of the destination manager in engaging the industry to establish their active involvement. It also outlines where tourism overlaps with the place-making agenda, planning, and other public policy areas.
This section looks at how tourism is managed within the public sector. It outlines the development of tourism roles in England and the regions, and th... more
This section gives a background to the planning system, as it may be encountered by destination managers. It covers:the planning frameworksources of g... more
Those working in the tourism sector are often involved in working in partnerships, due to the nature of the work – engaging the private sector and wor... more
This section looks at other areas of public policy with strong links to tourism. It covers:economic development and regenerationtown centre management... more
This section looks at developing a good relationship with the supply-side of the tourism industry, in order to effectively deliver a destination's str... more