Buckinghamshire Council has launched a new Tourism Survey to help shape the future of Buckinghamshire’s tourism sector.
The council believes that residents, businesses and stakeholders have a wealth of knowledge and understanding of what the county has to offer, and they want you to share your thoughts on how they could make the most of Buckinghamshire’s cultural and natural attractions – as well as tell them what you think tourism businesses would need in the future to achieve their goals.
You can share your views on where ‘must visit’ places in Buckinghamshire are, and where you recommend people visit to see the beauty and culture our county has to offer.
Tourism is an important part of our local economy, as visitors spending their time and money in Buckinghamshire helps to support more than 13,000 local jobs and over 2,000 small businesses. To help design a new strategy and action plan for the tourism sector this survey has been put together which will aim to identify new opportunities and to support communities across Buckinghamshire. All responses will be used to develop a strategy which will allow tourism in Buckinghamshire to flourish and grow, supporting local jobs, workers and industries.
Whether you are visiting our market town in Aylesbury, walking in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or watching a play at Waterside Theatre, Buckinghamshire has lots to offer as a place to live, work and to visit.
The survey will be running until 17 February 2023 and can be completed by Buckinghamshire residents, business owners and other tourism stakeholders. You can complete the survey here.