NEW RULES PROPOSED FOR TORONTO'S AIRBNB

Jun 20, 2017

By Andy Johnson

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Toronto’s Mayor’s executive committee has voted to change zoning bylaws to include a short term rentals category and create a registry for anyone operating a short term rental unit, as it deals with Airbnb in the city.

The city plans to limit the number of units an individual renter can list to just one and that one must be their primary residence.
Those recommendations will be go to public consultation with staff to report back later this year.
The executive committee has endorsed the King Street pilot study.  The plan was introduced in May and aims to improve King streetcar performance by placing new restrictions on vehicles between Jarvis and Bathurst.
If approved by full council, the pilot could begin following after the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
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