Cornwall & Isles of Scilly LEP suggests tax cuts for tourism

Posted By on 17th January 2018

17th January 2018 By Anne North The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership is preparing to lobby the government in favour of tax cuts for the tourism industry.…


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  1. Typical of the LEP – focussed entirely on the economy and no thought of the environmental and social implications of tourism. I think they are an unrepresentative body with not enough accountability to the electorate.

  2. Presumably this would have to include holiday-lettings. I don’t see the potential for growth on existing stock with fixed capacity of 52 letting weeks a year. The only growth could come from increased numbers of holiday letting properties. Would such a tax break encourage holiday-letting in favour of long-term letting of homes for people living locally?

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