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Historical Development in Travel and Tourism Sector in UK : Report

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INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Key historical development in the travel and tourism sector in UK................................11.2 Structure of travel and tourism in general and particularly into UK................................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................42.1 Analysing the functions of governmental bodies and international agencies in promotionof travel and tourism in UK....................................................................................................42.2 Explaining the influential factors of local and national economic policies in success oftravel and tourism sector in UK..............................................................................................52.3 Discussing the implications of political change on the travel and tourism sector indifferent countries...................................................................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................63.1 Explaining the factors affecting tourism demand in London...........................................63.2 Explaining altered supply to meet the effects of demand.................................................7TASK 4............................................................................................................................................84.1 Evaluating the main positive and negative economic, environmental and social impacts oftourism on London and the surrounding areas.......................................................................84.2 Explaining strategies to minimise the negative impact of tourism while maximizing thepositive impacts on London and the surrounding areas.........................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................102
INTRODUCTIONTravel and tourism sector is considered to be amongst the most enthralling segments tosignificantly attract numerous visitors towards its paramount structure. This directly results innot only seeking an amiable attention of the tourists but engagement of tourists that plays a vitalrole in crucially enhancing the prevalent economic state of a country. However, it is togetheressential for the citizens, governmental parties and other affiliated bodies of tourism to maintainthe appealing factor of their nation (Chon, 2013). It is with a need base deliberation of sustaininga requisite consideration of tourism by optimistically encouraging an applicable touristy in thestate. The below report is with a similar perception of enhancing the pertinence of tourism in theUnited Kingdom (UK) by primarily recognizing certain upcoming alterations in this specialisedarena that in turn results to a direct influence in the existent preferences of the prospective usersor travellers.TASK 11.1 Key historical development in the travel and tourism sector in UKTourism is basically regarded to be a complex procedure for the accompanied firmswhere their major duty is relied on rendering some apt number of services to the approachingusers. It together recommends the firms to build some relevant number of products tosignificantly match the modern specifications of tourism with its lot more variations into thepresently actuating amenities by the respective firms (Fletcher, 2014). Thus, with a similarperspective of adapting certain requisite modifications in tourism, UK's tourism sector has tooopted for a dynamic perception to significantly match the current recommendation offormulating some applicable changes in their prevalent services. Thus, on ascertaining the keyhistorical developments in the tourism sector of UK, one can segregate it into certain distinctperiods starting from the time span of 18th century.It is however due to some other sort of business activities in the earlier period of 16thcentury when a majority of people were indulged into the sectors of agriculture with a slightundemanding existence of industries. This resulted into a prior stage of 1945 when there was aprevailing state of wars into the countries and thence, the considerable facilities were mainly forthe rich and upper class people. The industrial revolution thereby initiated in the ulterior period3
of 18th century with a considerable yet dilatory commencement of industrial developments witha further portioning of urban and rural development.This initiated the prevalence of tourism in which certain higher class people startedtravelling activities as a part of rejoicing the leisure activities and acquiring relaxation from theirroutine jobs (Swarbrooke and Horner, 2012). The second duration of tourism can be enumeratedfrom the year 1945 to 1979 when their started a seeming development in the industrialisation oftourism. This further took a revolutionary mode from a momentous year of 1950's when peoplerelated to tourism industries like the tour operators and hotel agents contingently interrelatedtheir assorted services into a single formation of packages for the approaching travellers andtourists.The ultimate stage of tourism development which is still active into current yearsprimarily initiated in the year of 1980's when airline services in UK were flourishing withcertainly paramount facilities to the users and some other requisite amenities of medicine facultyto the travellers. By the end of 1990's, tourism development of UK was at a booming statuswhere their existed some latest developments into the accompanied arena of tourism to speciallyrender a chartered service to the visitors. This was even continuing into the forthcoming yearswith some more innovative intervention of developed services to the tourists.1.2 Structure of travel and tourism in general and particularly into UKIn regard to primarily define the future implementation of tourism into the ongoing spanof 21st century, UK's tourism sector is significantly developing the existent state of their globaleconomy (Ryan, Ninov and Aziz, 2012). It is especially due to an enhanced cultural trade boughtby the tourism sector which has in turn resulted into a peaceful environment of planetarycosmopolitan society. This has not only contributed to a reliable enlargement and restoration oflocal communities but has together led to an improved system of education. It is further believedto create a significant opportunity of occupation into the upcoming years of tourism businesswith a more nurturing factor for the succeeding generation.General structure of tourism is mainly regarded to an amalgamated components ofattractions, transportation services and travel agents. This together refers to the affiliated touroperators and their relevant amenities of rendering information to the approaching tourists andother guiding services to them (Harish, 2010). It is along with a last but the most essential factorof providing the most desirable service of an apt catering and accommodation to them. Thus, on4
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