The Tourism Industry Council is a collaboration between Government and the tourism industry focusing on improving the tourism sector including jobs, transport and deregulation.
- Role of the group
- Terms of Reference
Role of the group
The Tourism Council is an industry-led board composed of employers and small businesses and representative organisations from the tourism industry. The Council will act as a sounding board and point of dialogue between Ministers and the industry.
Council members are leading figureheads drawn from across the Tourism industry including attractions, hospitality, accommodation, aviation, transport and businesses both large and small whose services are actively marketed to inbound, outbound and domestic travellers.
The council is co-chaired by the Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism and Simon Vincent, President for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Hilton Worldwide.
Tim Alderslade – Airlines UK
Paul Askew – The Art School Restuarant, Liverpool
Bernard Donoghue - Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA)
Pieter Hamman – Glazebrook House Hotel
Michael Hirst – Business Visits and Events Partnership
Kurt Janson - Tourism Alliance
Karan Khanna - Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG)
Jean-Philippe Monod - Expedia
Natasha Mytton-Mills – AirBnb
Kate Nicholls - UKHospitality
Heather Reekie – Rabbie’s Tours
Sarah Roots – Warner Bros. Studio Tour
Mark Tanzer - ABTA
Simon Tarr - People 1st
Charles Trotman - Country Land and Business Association (CLA)
John Waterworth - Parkdean Resorts
Deirdre Wells - UK Inbound
David Weston - B&B Association