Northumberland Tourism

Northumberland's Destination Management Organisation

Steam Reports

STEAM - The Economic Impact Report

STEAM is a tourism economic impact modelling process which enables us to measure tourism using local data, tourism performance and visitor survey data. We complete the report each year and the results allow Northumberland Tourism and Northumberland County Council to monitor the impact of tourism across Northumberland.

The research that we gain from the report allows us to establish the impact of our activity and helps us to develop and grow.

10.3 million people visited Northumberland in 2017. This was up by 6% on 2016.

 Each year we embark on the mammoth task that is reviewing and updating our records, to ensure that the report is as accurate as possible. All accommodation providers in Northumberland (that we are aware of) are listed in our system; we update the report on a yearly basis to reflect any changes in pricing and bedstock as well as closures of properties and new accommodation providers in the county.

 

<< Download Steam Final Trend Report for 2009-2017 (6MB) >>

 

We need you!

To help us keep our records up to date and ensure that the STEAM report is as accurate as possible, we'd really appreciate your help.

If you own an accommodation business in Northumberland and would like to help us report on the economic impact of tourism in the North East of England then please give us a call on 01670 794526.

Reporting takes a matter of minutes and helps us to build the future of tourism in Northumberland.

If you have any questions on the report or would like to talk more about supplying statistics please get in touch with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Attachments:
Download this file (STEAM 2016 headlines.pdf)STEAM 2016 - Headlines[ ]107 kB345 Downloads
Download this file (STEAM 2015 headlines.pdf)STEAM 2015 - Headlines[ ]76 kB991 Downloads
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