Keeping You Informed – 26th January 2022

A round up of information affecting businesses within Skye and Lochalsh

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Highland Council to establish short term lets licensing scheme in 2022

Further information can be found here – https://bit.ly/3AAUPgJ

How the Omicron Variant is Affecting UK Holiday Rentals Right Now

The Omicron variant seems to have disrupted the recovery of the holiday rental industry. When the news of the variant first emerged, we initially saw a jump in cancellations. However, is that trend continuing? Are travellers still booking holiday lets for summer break, or has Omicron scared them off? Luckily at Beyond, we can look at our wealth of data to get a clear picture of the industry right now. Here’s what we know – https://bit.ly/3H5BGGe

Scottish Investment Bank invests is North Coast Hotels

A £4.45 million investment into Highland Coast Hotels by the Scottish National Investment Bank will help to support more sustainable and community-led hospitality around the North Coast 500 tourist route.  Read the article in full here – https://bit.ly/32yUkY5

Sustainability and Consumer Decision Making in the Travel Sector January 2022

To read in full, please visit https://bit.ly/3FWM16d

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