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Asturias: public consultation to regulate tourist housing

He Government of Asturias has decided to put the reform of the Tourism Law to public consultation, to promote an improvement in the regulations around tourist apartments and “regulate the inspection and sanctioning regime, with special attention to clandestine activity, illegal offers and professional intrusion.”

Citizens can send their contributions to the email address participa@asturias.org until February 26. While this process is carried out, the Principality is working on modifying the corresponding regulations, both at the level of decree and law.

The Tourism Law is now facing its fourth reform “in order to respond to a priority need and regulate certain aspects due to their impact on the social and environmental spheres, which require protection of the urban environment and the right to housing”, stand out.

One of the objectives is to incorporate tourist homes as a form of accommodation with the status of law. Source: AdobeStock.

The 3 objectives of the modifications that will be incorporated

  1. Establish sustainability, authenticity, regional identity and the quality of resources and services as principles of tourism action.
  2. Incorporate housing for tourist use as a form of accommodation with the status of law.
  3. Regulate the inspection and sanctioning regime, with special attention to clandestine activity, illegal offers and professional intrusion, which are currently channeled primarily through electronic means.

The Government of Asturias has recalled, through a statement, that the change in regulations that is being promoted at this time represents “one more step in the new regulation of tourist apartments and that it will be marked by rigor and dialogue with all stakeholders. agents involved,” said the vice president and counselor of the Presidency, Demographic Challenge, Equality and Tourism, Gimena Llamedo.


More information about tourist homes

– Tourist homes: keys to a serene debate that is missing in Spain

– The global tourist housing market will reach $315 billion in 2031

– Regulate tourist housing, an urgency in the face of staff shortages

Source: Hosteltur

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