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Hospitality & Leisure sector survey 2014: key findings

Mazars are delighted to share with you the key findings of the our annual survey of leading firms in the hospitality and leisure industry which reveal key challenges and opportunities facing th...

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The property types within the Tourism Sector most commonly associated with capital allowances claims are hotels, B&Bs and restaurants. However, the scope to claim is not limited to just these property types. There are, in fact, other less obvious pr...

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This month has seen me back working in Ireland and I came across this report which some of you will find informing in the context of the debate being run here in the UK.

Analysis of the Impact of the VAT Reduction on Irish Tourism & Tourism Emplo...
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Britain’s second largest city, Birmingham, has struggled to match the occupancy rate increases noted across the rest of the UK, with an improvement of just 1.5%, from 68.1% in the year to September 2013 to 69.6% in the year to September 2014. This i...

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F&B trends 2015

by Ian Graham on 06.11.2014 11:24

Have you eaten an exception meal in a hotel or restaurant recently? What made it exceptional? And how was it different from that meal you great enjoyed a year ago, a decade ago?

Near here in rural Devon, Masterchef winner Anton Piotrowski has moved...

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There were nearly 32 million jobs in the United Kingdom in 2013. Travel & Tourism generated more than 1 million jobs ranking 8th among major industries. By 2023, it is forecast to move up to no 7. Travel & Tourism’s GDP impact ranks 11...
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As previously mentioned, the Eleventh Edition  should be adopted  for fiscal years commencing January 1st , 2015 of Those of you who work in the Hotel sector realise how important the Uniform System of Accounts for the Lodging Industr...

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Have your say on the key challenges affecting the Hospitality and Leisure sector
We would like to invite you to take part in our annual survey of leading firms in the hospitality and leisure industry.
Last year we surveyed a cross section ...
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It’s a big sector of this industry and the numbers are big as the attached summary shows. Cruise Industry Statistics.pdf

Cruise passengers carried worldwide in 2014 is forecast at 21.7 million, a 3.0% increase over 2013. The worldwide cruise ...

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PwC UK says ‘UK hotels are benefiting from a resilient economy and buoyant travel markets. We are seeing real evidence of a sustained and bedded-in growth story in the Provinces, as well as continued growth in London.’

Read the report here.

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