Counter-Terrorism Advice

Security Advice for Attractions

Briefings produced by the Police and Government for your information.

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London Tourism Recovery Toolkit

Let's do London campaign

This toolkit was commissioned by the London Tourism Recovery Board (LTRB), which is co-chaired by ALVA and UK Hospitality, and created by London and Partners after extensive consumer research.

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COVID19 resources

Attractions Recovery Tracker Wave 11

Wave 11
Fieldwork: 18-21 February 2022

ALVA Attractions Recovery Tracker (Wave 11) >>

Attractions Recovery Tracker Wave 9

Wave 9
Fieldwork: 17-22 June 2021

ALVA Attractions Recovery Tracker (Wave 9) >>

Attractions Recovery Tracker Wave 8

Wave 8
Fieldwork: 21-27 April 2021

ALVA Attractions Recovery Tracker (Wave 8) >>

Attractions Recovery Tracker Wave 7

Wave 7
Fieldwork: 3-9 March 2021

ALVA Attractions Recovery Tracker (Wave 7) >>

ALVA Attractions Recovery Tracker

Wave 6
Fieldwork: 26-21 January 2021

ALVA Attractions Recovery Tracker (Wave 6) >>

England lockdown regulations 3rd November 2020

Marketing forecasts and intelligence

London and Partners

Insights & Statistics

This section provides you with a wealth of in-depth research and market intelligence about London tourism, foreign direct investment and higher education.

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VisitBritain Forecasts

Find out what VisitBritain expects to happen to the volume and value of inbound tourism during the next year along with longer term forecasts for global tourism produced by Tourism Economics.

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VisitEngland Market Research

Market research for the tourism industry in England.

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VisitScotland trends & insights

Trends which impact on tourism in Scotland and worldwide.

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VisitWales Research

The Visit Wales research department's role is to support Visit Wales' key functions of tourism development and marketing. It undertakes and commissions research and provides advice on all research matters, compiles and delivers an annual research programme, and evaluates the performance of key Visit Wales activities. Most of its factsheets and reports are available to download.

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November 2020 England lockdown restrictions guidance

Reopening guidance; Playgrounds

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