Perthshire Tourism Partnership

 

Perthshire Tourism Partnership (PTP) comprises private sector interests and public sector partners.  It is a sub-group of the Community Planning Partnership’s Economic Partnership.

 

Perthshire Tourism Partnership is tasked with developing the local Tourism Strategy and Action Plan, in line with the industry strategy Tourism Scotland 2020 to stimulate economic growth.

 

The purpose of the Perthshire Tourism Partnership is to

  • develop, implement and deliver on the Tourism Strategy and Action Plan.
  • enable and facilitate engagement between the tourism industry and the public sector.
  • encourage product development, innovation and collaboration.
  • support the tourism supply-chain including linkages with the food and drink sector.
  • support development of the tourism workforce.
  • initiate regeneration activities and infrastructure improvements in the natural and built environment.
  • grow the volume and value of tourism in Perthshire, measuring overnight visitor spend and overall visitor satisfaction.
  • report on progress and issues facing tourism related businesses to the Community Planning Partnership’s Economic Partnership.

The partnership is chaired by David Smythe, a local farmer who also runs Cloag Farm Self Catering, and is the current Chair of the Association of Scotland’s Self Caterers (ASSC).

 

Perthshire Tourism Business Briefing: are you travel ready? - 4 October 2017

PDF document New approach to regional destination tourism development, Alan Graham, Perth & Kinross Council

 

PDF document Working with destination management companies, Fiona Barclay, JacTravel

 

PDF document Working with Online Agents,  Niall McCandlish, Expedia

 

PDF document Cruise market opportunities, Peter Wilson, CruiseForth

 

PDF document Coach market opportunities, Jeremy Tinsley, CPT Scotland

 

PDF document Developing your international tourism markets, Rona Wallace, VisitScotland

 

 

Perthshire Talks Tourism: threats & hacking - 6 September 2017
PDF document So what do our visitors think? Matthew Quinn, VisitScotland - size 2.32mb

 

Perthshire Talks Tourism - 22 March 2017
PDF document Tourism Scotland 2020, Stephen Leckie, Scottish Tourism Alliance - size 2.41mb  

 

PDF document 2017 Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, Chelsea Charles, VisitScotland - size 2.05mb

 

PDF document Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre, Lisa Daniels, Pitlochry Dam - size 1.86mb

 

PDF document UK City of Culture, Helen Smout, Culture Perth and Kinross - size 712kb

 

PDF document Snow Roads Scenic Route, Peter Crane, Cairngorms National Park - size 4.06mb

 

PDF document Broon Coo Adventures, Piotr Gudan, Broon Coo Adventures - size 1.70mb   

 

PDF document Highland Safaris, Donald Riddell, Highland Safaris - size 7.16mb

 

PDF document Highland Fling Bungee, Murray Trail, Highland Fling Bungee - size 846kb

 

PDF document The Scottish Crannog Centre, Barrie Andrian, Scottish Crannog Centre - size 2.38mb

 

PDF document Mary Queen of Scots Festival, Jamie Montgomery, Mary Queen of Scots Festival - size 1.21mb

 

PDF document Perth Charterhouse, Professor Richard Oram, University of Stirling and Paul Wilson, Glasgow School of Art - size 3.53mb

 

PDF document Perth & Kinross Archaeology Year, Gavin Lindsay, Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust - size 1.51mb 

 

PDF document Insights: trends, technologies and strategies for the future, Chris Greenwood, VisitScotland - size 984kb

 

 

2017 Minutes 2017 Presentations
PDF document May 2017 Minutes - size 624kb

PDF document Learn to Love Digital - size 1.02mb
PDF document Transport Scotland - size 392kb
PDF document Snow Roads Scenic Routes - size 1.93mb
PDF document Perthshire Tourism Survey Results - size 464kb

PDF document Land Rover Experience - size 2.41mb

PDF document February 2017 Minutes - size 180kb PDF document VisitScotland Inclusive Tourism Programme presentation - size 2.75mb
2017 Industry Event PDF document Perthshire China Ready workshop 2017 presentation - size 2.20mb

 

PDF document A Glance of China outbound market – Billy Jin - size 4.14mb

 

2016 Minutes 2016 Reports
PDF document November 2016 Minutes - size 184kb

PDF document VisitScotland spotlight on our History and Heritage presentation November 2016 - size 1.37mb

 

PDF document Cultybraggan presentation November 2016 - size 3.41mb

 

PDF document Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust Archaeology Year presentation November 2016 - size 412kb

PDF document September 2016 Minutes - size 216kb PDF document VisitScotland Information Partner Programme presentation September 2016 - size 2.15mb
PDF document June 2016 Minutes - size 204kb

PDF document Scottish Scenic Routes Project Presentation June 2016 - size 6.56mb

 

PDF document Inner Tay Masterplan Presentation June 2016 - size 2.36mb

PDF document February 2016 Minutes - size 172kb

PDF document Rural Perth and Kinross Presentation February 2016 - size 1.3mb

 

PDF document BIDs Food and Drink Presentation February 2016 - size 136kb

 

PDF document Co-operative Development Scotland presentation February 2016 - size 1.2mb

 

2015 Minutes 2015 Reports

PDF document November 2015 Minutes - size 64kb

 

PDF document August 2015 Minutes - size 225kb

 

PDF document May 2015 Minutes - size 268kb

 

PDF document January 2015 Minutes - size 246kb

PDF document Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design presentation from VisitScotland November 2015 - size 1.1mb
PDF document St Matthews November 2015 - size 1.7mb

PDF document Cateran’s Common Wealth and Alyth Craft Tourism November 2015 - size 10mb

PDF document The Scottish Crannog Centre November 2015 - size 3.9mb

PDF document Green Tourism Presentation to Perthshire Tourism Partnership August 2015 - 3mb

PDF document Quality Assurance Presentation to Perthshire Tourism Partnership August 2015 - 2mb

PDF document A9 Dualling Perth to Inverness, Transport Scotland Presentation to Perthshire Tourism Partnership January 2015 - size 2.2mb

PDF document CPT Coach Friendly Scheme Presentation to Perthshire Tourism Partnership January 2015 - size 325kb

PDF document The Famous Grouse Experience Presentation to Perthshire Tourism Partnership January 2015 - size 629kb

PDF document First ScotRail WorldHost Presentation to Perthshire Tourism Partnership January 2015 - size 1.3mb

 

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