Call for hotel businesses to give evidence for Pathways to Recovery inquiry


Hotel business owners are being asked to submit evidence to help form the basis of a new inquiry into what is required to successfully reopen, recover and thrive in the aftermath of Covid-19 crisis.

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Hospitality and Tourism has launched its urgent inquiry into the measures that businesses in these two vital sectors of the UK’s economy will need in order to recover.

The key focus of this inquiry will be assessing what is needed to get businesses in these sectors back on their feet at the appropriate time, providing forward-looking recommendations to guide government and businesses as they move to thinking about recovery.

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The consultation questions look broadly at what support measures businesses would like to see from government, while also looking at the internal and operational challenges that businesses face when looking to reopen.

There will be four key themes:

  • Government support
  • Achieving business compliance
  • Supply chain re-activation
  • Stimulating demand for the sector

The findings will be published in May to feed into government.

To contribute to the consultation, click here.

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