Redefined tasks and goals of the Tourist Board of Poreč according to the principle of destination management

first_imgIn July, the highest number of overnight stays was recorded by guests from Germany, which compared to 2019 accounted for 80% of arrivals and 79% of overnight stays, followed by guests from Slovenia with 80% of arrivals and 63% of overnight stays. Guests from Austria accounted for 41% of arrivals and 38% of overnight stays. Guests from the Czech Republic realized 86% of arrivals and 72% of overnight stays, while guests from Italy realized 35% of arrivals and 32% of overnight stays.   After the presentation of the director of the Tourist Board, the members of the Assembly unanimously and without objections accepted the new Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč. As for the financial situation, the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč is liquid throughout the year and if the tourist season continues in this direction, the community will be able to function until the next tourist season without the need to raise loans. He noted that all costs that do not necessarily need to be deducted and that maximum savings were made wherever possible.   Under the item miscellaneous, the director of the Tourist Board Nenad Velenik presented the realization of tourist traffic in the past period.  Velenik mentioned that 01.06.2020. There were about 500 guests in the destination, while currently the destination has 18.500 guests. “The statistics are improving day by day as seen by the crowds in the city. If this trend continues, 35% to 40% of last year’s tourist traffic could be realized by the end of the tourist season, which is definitely above all forecasts.”Pointed out Velenik. The main novelties in the Statute are that the Tourist Board is established according to the principle of destination management, the tasks and goals of the tourist board are redefined according to the principle of destination management.  On January 1, 2020, the new Law on Tourist Boards and the Promotion of Croatian Tourism entered into force. The law stipulates that existing tourist boards are obliged to harmonize their acts and organization with the provisions of the Act within ten months from the date of entry into force of the Act, which means until 31.10.2020. According to the type of accommodation, in July the largest share of overnight stays was realized in households with an index of 63%. In second place is hotel accommodation with 35% compared to 2019. Camps accounted for 64% of last year’s overnight stays, while non-commercial accommodation accounted for 65%.  In order to ensure a unified approach of tourist boards in the drafting of new statutes, as the basic acts of tourist boards, the Ministry of Tourism submitted a draft statute to tourist boards. The draft statute prepared according to the guidelines of the Ministry of Tourism was determined at the session of the Tourist Council, after which the consent of the Ministry of Tourism was requested. The Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia issued a consent to the proposal of the Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč on 22.07.2020. years.  The new law prescribes the obligations of local self-government that contribute to the development of tourism, and given that some activities related to the development of tourism cannot be fully transferred to the tourist community, because their implementation simultaneously contributes to the well-being of residents and general economic development. It stipulates that local self-government, within its self-governing scope, must pay special attention to the development of tourism, because it contributes to the well-being of residents and general economic development, stipulates which activities local self-government and the tourist community must work together to continue successful tourism. developed. center_img As a novelty, the possibility of generating income from EU funds as well as other funds is prescribed. It is also stipulated that the costs for salaries of workers employed in the tourist board may not exceed 40% of the total income of the tourist board. According to the type of accommodation, the largest share of overnight stays was realized in hotel accommodation with an index of 19%. In second place is household accommodation with 51% compared to 2019. Camps accounted for 41% of last year’s overnight stays, while non-commercial accommodation accounted for 63%.  According to data from the eVisitor system, in the area of ​​the City of Poreč in the period from 01.01. to 26.07.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX years has been achieved 561.474 nights, which is 32% compared to last year, and 94.418 arrivals or 29% compared to 2019. In the structure of overnight stays, the most realized guests were from Germany with 187.955 overnight stays (42%) and 26.240 arrivals (44%), followed by guests from Slovenia with 89.631 overnight stays (47%) and 15.988 arrivals (42%). In the mentioned period, guests from Austria realized 70.989 overnight stays (22%) and 13.482 arrivals (20%). In fourth place is the domestic market, which records 37.897 overnight stays (44%) and 8.443 arrivals (30%). Guests from the Czech Republic are in fifth place with 29.510 overnight stays (54%) and 4.963 arrivals (57%). In sixth place are guests from Italy with 27.077 overnight stays (23%) and 6.568 arrivals (22%).  On Tuesday, July 28, in the Association of Craftsmen in Poreč, the 7th assembly of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč was held, at which the new Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč. The Mayor of the City of Poreč, Loris Peršurić, in the function of the President of the Tourist Board, opened the session of the Assembly, and the new Statute was presented by the director of the community, Nenad Velenik.   Photo: In July, there were 362.525 overnight stays in the City of Poreč, which is 51% compared to last year, and 54.243 arrivals or 57%.  The bodies of the tourist board are the assembly, the tourist council and the president of the tourist board. The novelty is that the supervisory board is no longer one of the bodies of the tourist community as before. The current powers of the Supervisory Board are taken over by the Assembly. As the oversight function is taken over by the assembly, its powers have been strengthened. Another novelty is that the Tourist Board elects the director for a period of four years in order to ensure continuity in the execution of professional tasks as well as to achieve a greater degree of responsibility in performing the function of director and to professionalize the function of director.  Photo: Poreč Port Authoritylast_img read more

Developers, builders call for grant extension

first_imgAusbuild managing director Matthew Bell is just one of the developers keen to see the grant extended. Photographer: Liam Kidston.“In the next two weeks we will release a new stage at Kinross in the Redlands, a new estate at Griffin to the north of Brisbane and another at Pallara in the west,” he said.“Ausbuild would love to see the First Home Owners Grant extended. The wide-ranging benefits boost everything from employment to manufacturing, trades and business – while achieving the ultimate goal of helping Queenslanders into their own home sooner.” The $20,000 grant was extended in December last year for another six months – a key election promise.Treasury figures show that 2872 applications were received between January 1 and April 30.A total of 15,313 applications have been received since the grant was boosted to $20,000 on July 1, 2016.Deputy premier and treasurer Jackie Trad noted the grant had helped people get into their first home sooner, and its role in stimulating jobs and the economy, but gave no indication that it would be extended again. Over 50 per cent of the sales at Frasers Property Australia’s Brookhaven community have been to first home buyers.Developers are throwing everything they have got at first home buyers ahead of the looming reduction of the $20,000 grant.The Queensland First Home Owners’ Grant will reduce to $15,000 after June 30, with builders and developers offering everything from low or no deposit packages to free upgrades and reduced prices to entice buyers.Ausbuild joint managing director Matt Bell said the flurry of first home buyers trying to get into the property market before the grant reduction had prompted the company to bring forward the release of three new estates.He said they had seen a 25 per cent increase in sales to first home buyers in March and April. Developers, builders and industry stakeholders are calling on the Queensland Government and treasurer Jackie Trad to further extend the First Home Owners Grant.Industry stakeholders are now calling on the Queensland Government to further extend the $20,000 grant deadline, saying they had seen a spike in sales inquiries.Frasers Property Australia residential Queensland general manager Cameron Leggatt said over 50 per cent of the sales at their Brookhaven development had been to first home buyers, with lots at its Hillside Release 2 selling from $170,000.Developer Peet Limited will also unveil its first turnkey homes in Queensland this weekend, with prices from $399,000 – well below the $750,000 grant cut-off.Master Builders and the Real Estate Institute of Queensland are also calling for the grant to be extended.“The latest ABS Building Approvals data show approvals for detached houses are continuing to grow – up 7.6 per cent over the year,” Master Builders deputy CEO Paul Bidwell said. “Since the FHOG was increased from $15,000 to $20,000 in July 2016, investment in the property market has been in a strong, upwards trajectory. “Now is not the time to upset the apple cart by removing or reducing the First Home Owner Grant.” REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella said the majority of grants had been taken up by young people in the southeast, noting a 25 per cent increase in the number of grants processed after it was lifted from $15,000 in 2016 to $20,000 in 2017. REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella says the grant should be extended to existing homes, particularly in regional areas where supply is outstripping demand. She says forcing additional supply to the market is only slowing the recovery of regional markets.But she said the grant did not go far enough, and should be extended to existing homes to give all first home buyers the same advantage, especially in regional areas.THE OFFERS: WITH THE GRANT REDUCTION LOOMING, IT IS A FIRST HOME BUYERS MARKET. THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE WAYS DEVELOPERS ARE TRYING TO ATTRACT SALES AHEAD OF THE JUNE 30 DEADLINELOW DEPOSIT A developer has fast-tracked the construction of a limited release of homes to meet growing demand from first home buyers.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoAVID Property Group general manager for Queensland Bruce Harper said the Tempo Living parkside homes within their Brentwood Forest development were under construction now, and could be secured with just a five per cent deposit. Just five two and three bedroom homes are currently part of the release, and start from $321,900. Three are still available.In total, there are 13 of 18 Tempo Homes up for grabs. AVID Property Group’s Brentwood Forest has announced a limited release of its popular Tempo Living homes, set to meet rising demand from first home buyers.“Prospective buyers can weigh up the small deposit required along with the home buyer’s grant and have an opportunity to live in an affordable, yet very high-quality home in a great community,” Mr Harper said. Aaron Wyatt, a new resident of Brentwood Forest and a first home buyer, purchased his Tempo Living home earlier this year, and moved in last month. He said he would not have been able to afford the home without the First Home Owner Grant, a Queensland Government initiative. “(The grant) has helped set up myself and two children – I couldn’t be happier with the finished product,” Mr Wyatt said.***DEVELOPER REBATEBuilder AVJennings is offering first home buyers the opportunity to save up to $40,000 on new townhomes at its Creekwood community at Meridan Plains and its Kersley Lane community at Kenmore. Kersley Lane by AVJenningsBoth communities feature brand new, ready to move in to townhomes. They are being sold with a $20,000 developer rebate until May 31 – which can then be coupled with the $20,000 First Home Owners’ Grant. Creekwood is near Caloundra and boasts a range of three bedroom townhomes from $395,900. Kersley Lane is just 9km from the Brisbane CBD and features three bedroom townhomes bordered by a conservation zone from $599,000. AVJennings State Manager Barry Young said the developer wanted to extend a helping hand to young buyers looking to step into the market. “We have seen an increase in the number of first time buyers at Creekwood and Kersley Lane because these projects are both close to city centres, employment nodes, schools, shops and transport,” he said. “Shaving $40,000 off a $500,000 loan (at four per cent principal and interest over 30 years) can reduce weekly payments by about $44 a week, so if buyers are thinking of purchasing a property, now is the time to act.”***TURNKEY HOMESNew “turn-key” homes will be launched at Flagstone today, with first home buyers the key target market.The Peet Complete four bedroom, two bathroom homes offer more than 200sq m of living space with all of the finishing touches included in the price – from mailboxes and washing lines to blinds, insulation, driveways, gardens, interior paint, heating and cooling. The display home will be launched today, with a further six completed homes on the market. Peet Limited will launch its turnkey homes at its Flagstone community today.Prices start from $390,000.Peet Limited CEO and managing director Brendan Gore said the turnkey homes were an important addition to the range of housing choices at Flagstone, which will be home to more than 12,000 families once completed. “Buyers who don’t want to wait for a new build can immediately see what their new home is going to look like,” he said. “They can move in with their bags and still have scope to personalise their space.” “The financial benefits are there too when you buy directly from the developer.”last_img read more