Growth and Development of the UK Heritage and Culture - Report

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................41.1 Analysis of the growth and development of the UK heritage and cultural industry.............41.2 Discussion on the potential conflicts in the conservation of heritage and cultural resources.....................................................................................................................................................6TASK 2............................................................................................................................................72.1 Assessment of the purpose of heritage and cultural attractions in meeting the needs ofdifferent types of visitors............................................................................................................7TASK 3............................................................................................................................................93.1 Evaluation of the impact of different types of ownership on the management and ofheritage and cultural sites............................................................................................................93.2 Analysis roles and responsibilities of organisation in the heritage and cultural industry...10TEAM 4.........................................................................................................................................124.1 Evaluation of the methods and media used for interpretation within the heritage andcultural industry for tourists .....................................................................................................12CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................13REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONHeritage is a term which refers to the historical property e.g. palace, culture, tradition etc.of a person, organisation or a nation (Zamani-Farahani and Musa, 2012). Mostly heritage countsbuildings and monuments which has a ownership of a group of people. In the tourism sectorheritage is having huge significant because it has a potential to attract tourist towards whichhelps to the nation and organisation which is having it's ownership on them. Most of thegovernment in the worlds are providing conservation to the monuments and palaces which arerelated to the history and heritage. Monuments needs a care and conservation cause it has anegative impact of pollution and temperature so it is essential for the organisations andmanagement which are having authority to manage them. The present report is based on thegrowth and development of the UK heritage and culture because it is essential for the UK toincrease their economical development also. Development in the heritage monuments can havesome conflicts and barriers in it as the Chinese government is having to develop in the Tibet. Asthe British Museum and The Natural History Museum is situated in the London and it is open forthe visitors but is is essential for the management to provide all the facilities and as well as tofulfil the purpose of the visit of the tourists. Heritage monuments are having impacts of theownership which impacts on the structure of the building. At the last this report is having focuson the role and responsibilities of the organisation which are having responsibility to manage the
heritage site (yu Park, 2010). Management of these heritage sites have to increase theirpromotional activities by using appropriate media. TASK 11.1 Analysis of the growth and development of the UK heritage and cultural industryMonuments, places, traditions, culture which is having huge significance regarding to thehistory and which have a need of protection to convey to upcoming generation can be stated as aheritage. Most of the countries are now having their focus on the historical valuable monumentsand culture which can increase their tourism. So it is essential for the government to provideproper protection and focus to develop and reconstruct them. In the context of the UK, many ofthe monuments and sites are available here which is having huge significant for the government,organisations and citizens (Wang and Bramwell, 2012). It provide a knowledge of the historyand it helps to manage the traditions and culture in the citizens and people living in the UK. Aswell as heritage has an importance to increase the tourism industry cause many of the visitor arehaving interest to visit historical places and monuments. UK heritage and cultural industry is having regular growth and development becausemany of the companies and tour operators are working in this filed and they are providing theirservices to increase facilities for the visitors (Ung and Vong, 2010 ). An analysis is describedunder here on the development and growth;Different types of attractions: In the starting era, tour operators were having their focus on thehistorical places and sites which belonged to the UK. But increased number of tourist had createda need for them to develop more venues for them which have to be connected with the heritageand having all the facilities which a visitors wants in it (Rakić and Chambers, 2011). So theydeveloped different types of venues and tourist points which are having heritage values with ahuge customer attraction. As well as tourism organisation has invent different types of tourismslike; walking tourism, bicycle tourism and religious tourism which increase the visitors andtourists attraction in it. Sites and venues: Government of the UK and organisation which are working in the travel andtourism sector has develop their mutual understandings to increases the values of the heritagessites and venues. So they develop some basic facilities on those venues which are having a hugecustomers attraction. Medical, drinking water, shelters, rest rooms, wash rooms are some basic

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