Entity that at national level defends and represents the different associations that, like ASCAV, fight for the rights of the owners
The Canary Islands Vacation Rental Association, ASCAV, has taken a giant step forward. Gathered in the Extraordinary General Assembly on June 15, 2018, its members have unanimously agreed to federate FEVITUR, an entity that, at the national level, defends and represents the different associations that, like ASCAV, fight for the rights of owners and intermediaries. of holiday homes in the different Autonomous Communities.
ASCAV IS ALREADY IN EUROPE. The projection goes much further, including at European level. From this moment, ASCAV, through FEVITUR, acquires representation and visibility in the European Union through the European Holiday Home Association, based in Brussels, an entity that is defending, within the scope of the European Union organisms, the interests of the holiday rental sector.
With this alliance, ASCAV joins important support and collective efforts in the face of the new scenario that the Government of the Canary Islands intends to impose with a new Decree Draft that, even more restrictive than the current Regulation of Canarian Vacation Homes, will further restrict an activity that in the year 2017 generated in the archipelago more than 720 million euros of wealth and brought to the islands to almost a million and a half tourists in that year, according to official data of the Canary Islands Government in the last study “The vacation rental in the Canary Islands, Demand, Channel and Offer 2017. December 2017 “