by [Lichfield District Council] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Lichfield (England). District Council.|
We publish this alongside our medium-term financial strategy, which sets out how we will spend money to deliver our strategic ambitions. We also have a range of supporting strategies that focus on key issues, such as economic development, tourism and wellbeing. Plans for Lichfield District. Our Economic Development Strategy - sets out how we will work with partners to help boost our local economy, creating local jobs and supporting local businesses.. About the strategy. One of our key ambitions in our new Strategic Plan is to promote economic prosperity by supporting measures that enable the local economy to adapt to changing economic circumstances and to make the most. Lichfield District Tourism Association (LDTA) is a public and private sector partnership set up in The association has over members. It is a dynamic partnership of visitor attractions, accommodation, tourism businesses and the local council who work together to boost tourism across the district. This book explores the role of tourism as a potential contributor to socio-economic development in destination areas. Establishing a link between tourism studies and development studies, it considers what is meant by 'development', the processes through which development may be achieved and, in particular, a number of fundamental issues related to the use of tourism as a development agent.
Lichfield is a vibrant and historic city and district located in the heart of Staffordshire, just north of Birmingham. Perfect for a short break or holiday, Lichfield's streets are lined with museums, independent shops, mouth-watering restaurants and luxury accommodation. This text explores the role of tourism as a potential contibutor to socio-economic development in destination areas. Establishing a link between tourism studies and development studies, it considers what is meant by development, the processes through which development may be achieved and, in particular, a number of fundamental issues related to the use of tourism as a development agent.5/5(5). which result in unjustified perceptions that tourism is a promising form of economic development. With tourism being adopted as a means to boost the local economy, tourism has become a form of local economic development (LED) with many local authorities adopting tourism strategies as a major part of the LED initiative. and Lichfield, their local environment and communities. The BEP is business driven. With the full support of Tamworth Borough and Lichfield District Councils it recognises the value of all its partners & stakeholders contributing to the economic development, vibrancy, social environment and well-being of .
ECONOMIC GROWTH, ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (OVERVIEW & SCRUTINY) COMMITTEE A meeting of the Economic Growth, Environment and Development (Overview & Scrutiny) Committee has been arranged to take place TUESDAY, 19TH MARCH, at PM IN THE COMMITTEE ROOM District Council House, Lichfield to consider the following business. Lichfield District Local Plan Review – Purpose and Objectives Lichfield District Council is seeking to pursue a plan that meets the future social, economic and environmental needs of the District. The Local Plan Review’s purpose is to shape the future of the District up to Lichfield City Neighbourhood Plan Tourism Lichfield City has a significant heritage and is a tourist destination. The district supports over million visitors per year and over 2, jobs, with the vast majority of these being in Lichfield City. However, as identified by the Lichfield City Centre Development Strategy how they deliver economic, social and cultural benefits to the city. Lichfield traditionally boasts an extensive and enviable programme of events and festivals which attract thousands of visitors to the area. Whilst Lichfield District Council delivers and supports a .