Published by the Tourism Intelligence Unit (TIU), Office for National Statistics (ONS) this report examines the value of tourism in the regions and sub-regions of the UK. Key findings include:
- London and the South West have the highest percentage of GVA in their areas that is attributable to tourism industries.
- 40 per cent of all tourism expenditure in 2011 was in London and the South East which amounts to £50 billion.
- The value of GVA that is directly supported by tourism spend was £13 billion in London in 2011 27% of the UK total.
The report is available at: 2014 – The Regional Value of Tourism 2011
British Destinations member can access this and all other ONS TIU papers from one place by visiting the protected member’s page: https://britishdestinations.net/members-area/publication-from-the-tourism-intelligence-unit/
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