Creating Coastal Powerhouses
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has asked the government to deliver a comprehensive strategy to attract the investment which our coastal communities need to reach their full economic and social potential.
The BHA calls for a Seaside Tsar to be appointed to help Britain’s forgotten seaside towns fight back from decades of decay according to new research which paints a grim picture of the problems facing many coastal communities.
The situation is not irreversible however. By harnessing the potential of our coastal communities and creating coastal powerhouses, it is possible to make our seaside towns destinations of choice for tourists and residents.
Follow this link to read BHA's Call for a Seaside Tsar To Save Coastal Towns
Follow this link to read BHA report Creating Coastal Powerhouses
The Destination Management Study was comprised of the Destination Management Plan and supporting publications investigating tourism on the Manhood Peninsula. Please use the link below to read or download the Plan: Destination Management Plan Supporting publications: the following documents about tourist activity on the Manhood Peninsula can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate title: Revised 2009 Manhood Peninsula Tourist Economic... Read More»
A long term vision for the future allows Selsey, East Wittering & Bracklesham, and West Wittering to develop as attractive areas for existing businesses, and to flourish as new business start-up centres outside the city of Chichester. There is a need to identify current demographic trends to inform recommendations for economic development in all business sectors on the peninsula. This... Read More»
Public Perceptions Report: 100 residents were surveyed between July and September 2010 to gain an insight into the level of understanding the local residents have with regard to coastal issues. The survey was entitled Public Perceptions and Knowledge of Coastal Management on the Manhood Peninsula, West Sussex . The report highlighted a number of gaps in knowledge and some confusion within local communities... Read More»