As a non-departmental public body funded by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport, we provide transparency data on financial spend and senior staff as well as links to other sources of information.

This is in line with the Government’s vision for democratic accountability - through the publication of data held by central and local government departments, which enables the public to hold politicians and public bodies to account. 

Take a look at our team page for information about our board and the senior management team. Our Annual Report and Annual Review are accessible from our performance and reporting.

Our approach to complaints

We hope that you never have cause to complain about anything that we do. However, if you feel that your experience of dealing with us has fallen below the standard you consider acceptable, this page describes our approach to how you can make a complaint and what you can expect from us.

Freedom of information & terms of use

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Details of our freedom of information and privacy policy.

Board meetings & committees

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Our board meets six times per year, the minutes are available to download. Two committees are also established to deal with audit and remuneration.


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In line with government guidelines BTA trading as VisitBritain/VisitEngland is publishing details of all expenditure over £25,000 for each month from April 2010.

Policies & procedures

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Details of our corporate policies including procurement practices.

Purchase order terms & conditions

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Purchase order terms and conditions.