Sustainable tourism or fatal attraction?

Policy product type
Specially commissioned briefing for LGiU Scotland
Published date
August 2, 2018
Author
Ruth Fry, LGiU Associate
Categories
People, Place, Services

Tourism has often been pointed to as a possible source of income, jobs and development in more deprived areas of the UK. However, it presents its own opportunities and challenges. This briefing examines some of the advantages and disadvantages of encouraging tourism, particularly in more rural or remote areas.

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