How City of Sydney betrayed strata residents over short-term letting

It’s too early to gauge the effect of City of Sydney’s betrayal of apartment residents when it comes to holiday letting – but it’s somewhere between a kick in the guts and smack in the mouth.  The council’s submission to the government inquiry into short-stay lets recommends that changes of use to Airbnb-style holiday rentals should be “exempt developments” provided there’s a limit on the number of nights a year.   Read the article…………..


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