STOMP DMP Feedback
For the last year Chichester University has been researching a new Destination Management Plan (DMP) for the Manhood Peninsula through the STOMP project (Sustainable Tourism On the Manhood Peninsula). The plan has now been published and Jorge Gutic, author of the plan, is requesting feedback from as many people as possible.
Tourism is one of the key employment sectors on the peninsula, so please take a look. Your thoughts about the new Destination Management Plan, and what you would like to see that would benefit tourism in the area, are really important. There was consultation during the research phase of the project, but much of this took place during the summer when you might not have had time to take part.
The following link is to a website where a copy of the DMP can be downloaded, and also find the survey where you can provide feedback:
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