One of the most respected figures in British leisure and tourism, Peter Moore boasts 25 years’ experience in the industry and has been the Chief Executive and Chairman of some of most successful leisure organisations in Britain.
He served two terms as a board member of the National Tourism Authority and has worked on developing numerous visitor destinations, health and well-being projects, and resort designs, both in the UK and abroad.
After a collective 15 years working as the Marketing Director and Chief Executive at Center Parcs UK, Peter left the company in 2001 to develop his own specialist leisure consultancy, Brightaspect Leisure.
Prior to launching Center Parcs and establishing it as one of the UK’s most outstanding leisure success stories, he worked on developing some of the country’s leading visitor attractions and resort destinations, including Alton Towers and Chill Factore indoor ski village.
A leader in the leisure and tourism industry, he was a Board Member of the English Tourism Council, VisitEngland, where he chaired the government task force in Resort Regeneration, and was a founder Board Member of the East Midlands Development Agency.
He was also Tourism Advisor to the government’s Department of Culture, Media and Sport, and one of a team of four directors who relaunched The Tour of Britain into the Union Cycliste Internationale programme, now firmly established as one of Europe’s major international cycling events.
In 1996 he was awarded an OBE for Services to Tourism.