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THE LIVELIHOODS OF 60,000 B&B PROVIDERS IN SCOTLAND COULD BE DECIMATED BY THE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT’S LICENSING SCHEME
The Scottish Government has been warned that plans for a Licensing Scheme for Short-term Lets could devastate Scotland’s Bed and Breakfast sector. That was the stark warning from David Weston, Chair of the Bed and Breakfast Association, at an emergency webinar organised by Destination Management Organisation, SkyeConnect today (14th January 2021).
In this roundup you’ll find information on Clarification of grants for Short-Terms Lets and B&B’s from ASSC, a new Green Recovery Fund from NatureScot, Information on how to adapt your tourism business for 2021, and new guidance on UK pet travel.
The Highland Council today (Thursday 7 January) launched the Temporary Business Closure Grant. This grant is available for businesses who have had to close due to the COVID-19 protective measures introduced on Boxing Day.
Tourism and hospitality businesses across Scotland are to benefit from a £104.3 million package of support in the New Year.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin It’s been a busy couple of weeks since we were last in touch. While protocols between the various tiers and devolved administrations continues to cause confusion at least the news around the availability of vaccines and a campaign of vaccination is positive. Here are a few
SkyeConnect CIC is pleased to invite you to its Annual General Meeting which will be held online via the Zoom portal at 1000 on Tuesday 8th December 2020.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin SkyeConnect invites its Members and members of the public to attend the rearranged EGM which is to be held online via Zoom on Tuesday 10th November at 1000. This will be to ratify the organisation’s transition from a limited company to a Community Interest Company. In
In the latest episode of the Skyetime Podcast, Simon Cousins talks to SkyeConnect Project Manager, Alistair Danter, about the plight of the hospitality and tourism industry on Skye following the latest Covid-19 restrictions announced by the Government.
In the latest edition of the Skyetime Podcast, Simon Cousins talks to Fiona Campbell, the Chief Executive of the Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers.
SkyeConnect has today sent an email to our database of self-catering businesses in Skye and neighbouring areas.
Skye’s tourism and hospitality industry is reporting low business confidence as it moves from summer into the autumn season.
In the latest episode of the Skyetime Podcast, Simon Cousins visits Skye’s youngest Distillery – Torabhaig – where the distillers are producing a heavily peated, single malt whisky in a beautifully restored farm steading overlooking the Sound of Sleat.
An interview with nine year-old Calum Alasdair Munro of Kilmuir, Isle of Skye winner of the competition to design a flag for Skye.