Review of tourism legislation

Closed 26 Jan 2018

Opened 4 Dec 2017

Feedback Updated 19 Apr 2018

We Asked

The object of the consultation was to review the existing legislation relating to tourism in the Isle of Man and to seek views on possible changes to that legislation, with a view to providing an up to date code which will encourage and support the tourist industry as part of the modern economy of the Island.

 

You Said

The consultation attracted 79 responses. 30 were on behalf of organisations, while 49 were from individuals.

We Did

The Department is currently considering the comments received. It is anticipated that a full review paper will be published on the Consultation Hub in May 2018.

Overview

The object of this consultation is to review the existing legislation relating to tourism in the Isle of Man and to seek views on possible changes to that legislation, with a view to providing an up-to-date code which will encourage and support the tourist industry as part of the modern economy of the Island.

Why We Are Consulting

The Department has a number of proposals for reform of the Island’s tourism legislation. We are seeking views on these proposals from interested parties in order to help us draft new legislation.

What Happens Next

We will examine the replies to the consultation and publish a review of the responses once it has been completed. The responses will be used to help draft new legislation.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Business owner
  • Visitors & tourists

Interests

  • Tourism