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The Destination Management HandbookJohn Dent, South West TourismPaul Jeffries, Tourism South EastAnthony Climpson, TMITMI Annual Seminar, Eastbourne 2003

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Destination Management Handbook - Work to Date

  • Originally a ‘Green’ Toolkit for Local Authorities
  • Delivers ‘Time for Action’ actions
  • Aim to create a mainstream sustainability approach
  • TMI / ETC Partnership
  • Launched March 2003 by Kim Howells

TMI Annual Seminar, Eastbourne, 8/10/03

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Destination Management Handbook (a sustainable approach)

  • Explains & promotes destination management
  • Resource manual & tool kit
  • Contains many case studies & contacts
  • Promotes the VICE approach for tourism
  • Creates a national framework

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Destination Management Handbook - Content

  • Four Stage Process:
  • 1. Destination Audit:
  • Economic Impact
  • Visitor Satisfaction
  • Community Attitudes
  • Carrying Capacities

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Destination Management Handbook - Content

  • 2. Destination Planning:
  • Co-ordination within LAs
  • Partnerships
  • Land Use Planning
  • Visitor Management

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Destination Management Handbook - Content

  • 3. Destination Development:
  • Quality, Training
  • Local Distinctiveness
  • E-business
  • Accessibility, Transport
  • Biodiversity, Waste, Payback
  • Sustainability Awards
  • Marketing

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Destination Management Handbook - Content

  • Monitoring and Evaluation:
  • Benchmarking
  • Best Value

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The handbook helps you:

  • Better understand & manage your destination
  • Conceive, create & deliver your strategy
  • Better understand & engage your stakeholders
  • Monitor your performance
  • Start it all over again!

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The VICE

Model

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The VICE approach

  • welcomes, involves & satisfies Visitors
  • achieves a high quality & profitable Industry
  • engages & benefits host Communities
  • protects, reflects & enhances the local Environment

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LOCAL SUB REGIONAL

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The handbook’s Future

  • One stop reference & link to all existing UK sustainable tourism development guidance/good practice
  • To be the collective resource for continuous professional development in tourism management
  • Continue to collect and publish examples of good practice/case studies
  • Develop new sections on marketing, ICT, TIC’s and regional issues

TMI Annual Seminar, Eastbourne, 8/10/03

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The handbook’s Future

(continued)

  • Develop an online support training package with educationalists
  • Link with the National Best Value Tourism Group to develop destination sustainability indicators
  • To provide a national framework for all destination management outputs
  • Help deliver new relationships between all destination, sub regional, regional & national stakeholders to provide a sustainable approach to all tourism in the UK.

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Key Issues for Today

  • What do you think of the Handbook?
  • How can we further develop the content?
  • Role of TMI / Regions to develop and deliver the Handbook?
  • How do we resource further development?

TMI Annual Seminar, Eastbourne, 8/10/03