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North Ayrshire Council is inviting people to have their say on the proposed short-term let policy, due to come into effect later this year. The short-term let licensing scheme will apply to a wide range of accommodation including self-catered properties, B&Bs and guest houses as well as other te

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East Lothian Council is preparing a new Local Housing Strategy (LHS) which will set out how housing and housing services will be delivered in the area for the next five years (2023-28). Varrying out a range of engagement activities to gather views from people living in all types of housing in East L

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A property technology company has announced plans to invest £1 billion to buy and retrofit 3,000 private rented sector homes. Backed by institutional investors, IMMO uses artificial intelligence and other technology to identify homes that offer ‘value-add’ opportunities, in this ca

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Perth and Kinross Council (PKC) is exploring the possibility of introducing a short-term let control area in Highland Perthshire. In February, the City of Edinburgh Council became the first council to implement such a control zone.

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Edinburgh family business At Home In Edinburgh is celebrating after being named Residential Lettings Team of the Year at the Scottish Home Awards, which recognise excellence in the Scottish housing and house-building industry. This is the first time that At Home in Edinburgh’s small team of ju

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Property factoring specialist Newton Property Management recorded a 9% increase in revenue in 2021, and is set to grow headcount and strengthen its leadership team in 2022. Posting revenue of £3.78 million (2020: £3.45m), the firm founded in 2001 by chairman Stephen O’Neill now man

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A new scheme to regulate short-term lets in Glasgow is set to go out to public consultation. The proposed scheme follows changes this year to the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 that allows local authorities to introduce a licensing framework for owners of properties intended for short-term ren

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The Highland Council wants to hear the views of residents, visitors, interested groups and organisations on the council’s short-term let draft policy statement and proposed additional conditions for a licence. Earlier this year the Scottish Parliament approved legislation to introduce a new li

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