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Keeping You Informed – 13th October 2021

Our round up of the latest news and information affecting livelihoods and businesses on Skye.

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Latest HIE Business Panel Report

Further details can be found by following this link – https://bit.ly/3awSMy2

Traffic Light System – New International Travel Rules

Planning foreign travel, quarantine rules and information on testing for people entering Scotland.  Full details here – https://bit.ly/3FKQOIK

Guidance Tool Kit for Business and Event Organisers

This toolkit has been published in support of the Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Requirements) (Scotland) Regulations 2021 which came into force at 5 am on Friday 1 October. This toolkit is aimed to help staff/volunteers who are conducting inspections or checks.  https://bit.ly/3ACGhM3

Future of Long Term Rental Industry

Amiad Soto, co-founder and CEO of property management platform Guesty, a sponsor of the recent Short Stay Summit in London, discusses the who, what, where and next in terms of consolidation across the short-term rental ecosystem.  Follow this link for the full article – https://bit.ly/3FBXQQh

Update on Development of STL Legislation

Further details here – https://bit.ly/3AwLvZX

Proposed New Site for 250 Affordable New Homes In Portree – LSHA Update

Visit the LSHA website for further information Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association (lsha.co.uk)

To see the proposals in full visit Kiltaraglen

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