Residents in tourism hot sports fear their homes could become party central with strata changes

RESIDENTS in tourism hot spots on the peninsula fear their unit complexes could become “party central” if laws around short-term letting are eased.  A NSW Senate options paper on short-term letting will be released in the coming weeks and will likely shape future legislation for holiday leasing providers such as Airbnb.    Read the article……………..


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