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01/10/2019

Transforming Planning in Practice – Post-Bill Work Programme

Transforming Planning in Practice – Post-Bill Work Programme

Transforming Planning in Practice – Post-Bill Work Programme

Following the passage of the Planning (Scotland) Act earlier this year, the Scottish Government have published a paper setting out how they propose to move forward with implementing the legislation. In terms of timeline relating to short-term lets, the paper states the following:
“The Act will allow local authorities to designate short term let control areas, within which the use of a dwellinghouse for short term letting is deemed to involve a material change of use, and therefore always needs planning permission. Ministers have powers to make regulations about what constitutes a short term let and any exemptions, and about the procedures for designating a control area. We will take this forward immediately, drawing on the responses to the recent Scottish Government consultation on the regulation of short term letting, and aim to have regulations in place by Q4 2020.”

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