Revenue Management

Andrea Knox from Knox Commercial & Insolvency Solicitors and Jeremy Salisbury from Salisburys Chartered Accountant recently hosted a webinar on Revenue Management as part of its second session of Re-igniting the North Wales Visitor Economy series of events. During the session, areas covered included Cash Flow Management – debtor management and avoiding bad debts in the first place. You can now view the recording of the webinar here Contact Details for the speakers: Andrea Knox, Knox Commercial & Insolvency SolicitorsTel: 03330093274Email: Jeremy Salisburys, Salisburys Chartered AccountantsTel: 01745 583 606Email:

Regional and Local Tourism Profiles

A summary of key tourism statistics at regional and local levels for 2017-2019 is available on the Welsh Government website. These reports bring together findings from key tourism surveys, with additional analysis by region and local authority areas within Wales. tourism-profile-wales-local-authorities-2011-19Download tourism-profile-north-wales-2017-2019Download tourism-profile-mid-wales-2017-2019Download

Restrictions Business Fund – Reminder

The Restrictions NDR-linked business fund will close on Wednesday 31st March at 5pm. Where feasible, eligible businesses that have previously received ‘Restrictions’ grant will receive automatic payments, however please go to Restrictions Business Fund on your respective LA website to access updated guidance and a web application form. Link to individual LA sites is below: Anglesey – Conwy – Denbighshire – Flintshire – Gwynedd –,-support-and-training/Cronfeydd-Busnes-Cyfyngiadau-Chwefror-2021-Llywodraeth-Cymru.aspx Wrexham –

Welsh Government ease restrictions

Self-contained holiday accommodation, including hotels with en-suite facilities and room service, will be able to reopen to people from the same household or support bubble. The stay local rule will be replaced by an interim all-Wales travel area, which will remain in place until April 12, subject to the public health situation. For the next two weeks, only those with a reasonable excuse, such as work, will be able to travel into or out of Wales.  The current restrictions on international travel for holidays will remain in place.Other changes include: Six people from two different households, excluding children under 11, will be able to meet and exercise outdoors and in […]

£9m boost for North Wales Metro

More than £9m is being made available to Transport for Wales to take forward work on the North Wales metro, Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates announced today. Schemes set to benefit include over £1m to improve rail, journey times between Wrexham and Liverpool. £1.5m is provided towards the new integrated station at Shotton, and £670,000 towards the development of Deeside Parkway. £900,000 is allocated towards a study of the North Wales Coast mainline, with a view to improve journey times on certain services. Just over £1m is available for the Snowdonia Transport Strategy which aims to encourage park and ride, bus and active travel in the National Park. […]

#PlanDiscoverProtect – Planning for the 2021 season

Since the end of last summer, SNPA have been planning accordingly and have been developing plans to manage the predicted challenges facing the National Park this season. This involves a two-pronged approach of operational and communication activities. Operational activities – in co-ordination with SNPA partners. Additional overflow park and ride parking in Llanberis to service Pen y Pass.New customer friendly pre-booking at Pen y Pass following the successful pilot last year.Community master-planning sessions with gateway communities as part of the long term plans to transform the area into one known internationally for it’s sustainable tourism approach.Discussions with our partners, Gwynedd Council and Conwy County Borough Council on providing additional park […]