MSP welcomes law rethink

Donald Cameron MSP Photograph: Wullie Marr Donald-Cameron-MSP-e1584547642850.jpg

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Donald Cameron MSP has welcomed a Scottish Government decision to postpone new legislation for short term lets which was opposed by tourism operators over concerns about new licensing fees for the B&B and self-catering operators.

Mr Cameron, for the Highlands and Islands, said the sector needed space to recover  not ‘red tape and bureaucracy’. The government proposed the legislation to combat anti-social behaviour and the loss of residential housing stock to tourism.