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Columnist concludes council has ‘upper hand’ to make city a ‘better place’, in analysis of short-term lets

A COLUMNIST on the Edinburgh Evening News newspaper has concluded that the city council has the ‘upper hand’ to make the city a ‘better place’, in an analysis of the short-term holidays lets market in the capital.

Martyn McLaughlin notes that the council will have the power to introduce a licensing scheme from next spring. He writes: “It is a welcome and overdue step. Even so, the long-term impacts of coronavirus should prompt questions of whether it goes far enough, quickly enough.”

Read more, here, on the Evening News website.

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