City of Port Phillip weighs Airbnb crackdown amid resident complaints of noise, parties, near-nudity and litter

At the meeting, the council will consider five options including maintaining existing controls, using local laws to investigate residential noise complaints, introducing a new local law requiring compulsory annual registration of short-stay accommodation and payment of an annual fee, a 24/7 hotline and different rates for short-stay properties.

Complaints received by council

  • “We live in a property that backs onto flats … people rented this over the New Year’s Eve weekend and kept us…

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