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The North London Tourism Strategy and Action Plan (NLTSAP) is the fourth of London’s sub-regional tourism strategies to be produced. This plan recognizes the need for local knowledge and local ownership. Devising a plan and formulating strategies requires extensive consultation with key stakeholders like LDA, North London Ltd, North London Tourism Steering Group, Visit London. The input is provided by Borough’s, public sector agencies including the Learning Skills Council and the tourism industry itself. Borough of Haringey is a sub-region of North London.&nbsp.The North London Tourism Strategy and Action Plan (NLTSAP) is the fourth of London’s sub-regional tourism strategies to be produced. This plan recognizes the need for local knowledge and local ownership. Devising a plan and formulating strategies requires extensive consultation with key stakeholders like LDA, North London Ltd, North London Tourism Steering Group, Visit London. The input is provided by Borough’s, public sector agencies including the Learning Skills Council and the tourism industry itself. Borough of Haringey is a sub-region of North London.&nbsp. The North London economy was studies and the significant areas for growth and opportunities were identified. Haringey’s heartlands were found suitable and the Haringey City Growth Strategy was a key driver in considering it a potential tourist destination. The North London Tourism Strategy &amp. Action Plan 2005 to 2007 was then prepared (LDA, 2005). The policy decision of promoting Haringey was based on a Tourism Plan, Visit London, published by the Mayor of London. The decision to promote local tourism was based on certain statistics that were collected. Data was collected on the average disposable income and the amount that was spent on leisure related items. This includes visits to restaurants and cafés, cinemas, theatres and other forms of entertainment. Quantitative research demonstrated the facts and figures based on which it was decided that boroughs could cash in on the trend to promote tourism. Statistics were also taken from other studies like GLA Economics. Surveys were also conducted by Mintel, London Tourist Board and private agencies like Countryside Agency (ALG, 2005). Other surveys essential to adopt tourism policy decisions include the International Passenger Survey, the UK Occupancy Survey, and the Survey of Visitors to Visitor Attractions (TTT, 2005).&nbsp.

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