LGA to build case for tourism tax

By Dan Peters | 18 January 2019

Smith Square is to commission further research as it looks to build a ‘very strong case’ for a tourism levy that could generate £12bn.

A change in the law would be required for local government to impose a tourist tax, which is prevalent in many international cities throughout the world.

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