Airbnb in Prague: Prague will negotiate with the ministry and deputies on the background of the regulation law
“We want the law to empower short-term accommodation to some extent. ” city to negotiate with ministries and the House.
According to Nacher, it looks to the current covid-19 pandemic and the decline in tourism a good time has changed. “When these services return in full force, it will be harder to discuss,” he said.
Representatives across the parties agreed that the city must gain not only the support of the Ministry of Regional Development, but also deputies from outside Prague. He has to explain it to them, in the end the amendment is important for Prague. “If support is not negotiated, it will not pass (by the Chamber). opposition representative Ivan Pilný (YES) said. According to him, the proposal prepared by Prague is well prepared.
In Prague, the owners offered 6972 accommodation units for short-term rent on the Airbnb platform in mid-July, three quarters of which were separate apartments or houses. In July 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic, there were 14,077 units.