Tourism Management Strategies

The main problmes associated with tourism in the Lake District are:

  • Traffic Congestion, pollution, parking
  • Lack of Public Transport
  • Footpath Erosion
  • Litter
  • Property Prices
  • Environmental issues
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  • Created by: Leanne A
  • Created on: 30-05-12 21:47

Problems with tourism in the Lake District

The main problmes associated with tourism in the Lake District are:

  • Traffic Congestion, pollution, parking
  • Lack of Public Transport
  • Footpath Erosion
  • Litter
  • Property Prices
  • Environmental issues
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Traffic Problem Solutions

  • Build distribution roads that link small town with key tourist villages
  • Traffic calming measures e.g. Cattle Grids
  • Speed limits
  • Heavy lorries kept out of small villages
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Public Transport Solutions

  • Bus lanes in towns
  • Park and ride schemes
  • "Mountain goat" buses
  • More "no-through" roads
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Footpath Erosion Solutions

  • Repairing paths encourages people to stay on paths provided
  • Improving drainage and surface
  • more signposting
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Parking Solutions

  • Landscaped car parks
  • Waffle nd Grasscrete surfaces
  • Park and ride expansion
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Litter Solutions

  • Bins provided at key points and tourist hotspots
  • Bins emptied regularly
  • Designated picnic areas
  • Incresed signage
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Property Price Solutions

  • Local authorities to build affordable housing
  • Locals given priority in new housing projects
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Environmental issues Solutions

  • Speed limits for boats on Lake Windermere
  • "Fast" watersports restricted
  • "Fix the Fells" groups
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