BooksterAs part of Bookster's commitment to the professionalism of the holiday rentals industry, we are a long-serving trade member of the Association of Self-Caterers Scotland (ASSC). The team at Bookster, the holiday booking system with head offices in Edinburgh, believes that commitment to professional associations ensures that professionalism within the holiday rental industry and reputation within the wider community can continue to grow. Who is the Association of Self-caterers Scotland (ASSC)? The ASSC is the leading source of knowledge on short-term letting and holiday homes in Scotland, representing over 660 members and 7,000 properties. Founded in 1978, a group of individuals got together to address the quality of holiday rentals in the industry and formed the Association of Self Caterers of Scotland. Why join the Associations of Self-caterers Scotland? The team of the ASSC is committed to building professionalism within the short stay and self-catering industry and has been fundamental in representing the views of property managers to the government and policymakers. Memberships of the ASSC If you are a property manager in Scotland, please consider becoming a member of the ASSC. Their work is vital to represent Property Managers with holiday rentals across Scotland within the Press, Government, and community, and your memberships will enable them to continue this.

Bookster and Association of Self Caterers Scotland ASSC

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Bookster and the Association of self-caterers Scotland (ASSC) - Bookster, the holiday booking system with head offices in Edinburgh, is a long-standing trade member of the Association of self-caterers Scotland (ASSC).
Bookster, the holiday booking system with head offices in Edinburgh, is a long-standing trade member of the Association of self-caterers Scotland (ASSC).

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Read more about Bookster's membership to the Association of Self-Caterers Scotland (ASSC) and commitment to the holiday rentals industry.

As part of Bookster's commitment to the professionalism of the holiday rentals industry, we are a long-serving trade member of the Association of Self-Caterers Scotland (ASSC).

The team at Bookster, the holiday booking system with head offices in Edinburgh, believes that commitment to professional associations ensures that professionalism within the holiday rental industry and reputation within the wider community can continue to grow.

Who is the Association of Self-caterers Scotland (ASSC)?

The ASSC is the leading source of knowledge on short-term letting and holiday homes in Scotland, representing over 660 members and 7,000 properties.

Founded in 1978, a group of individuals got together to address the quality of holiday rentals in the industry and formed the Association of Self Caterers of Scotland.

Why join the Associations of Self-caterers Scotland?

The team of the ASSC is committed to building professionalism within the short stay and self-catering industry and has been fundamental in representing the views of property managers to the government and policymakers.

Memberships of the ASSC

If you are a property manager in Scotland, please consider becoming a member of the ASSC.

Their work is vital to represent Property Managers with holiday rentals across Scotland within the Press, Government, and community, and your memberships will enable them to continue this.

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ASSC events

ASSC National Conference

Under normal circumstances the ASSC hold a yearly ASSC National Conference.

You can see our plans for the ASSC National Conference 2019 and the notes from the ASSC National Conference 2018 and Roundtable from 2019.

ASSC Regional events

The ASSC also arranges smaller, intimate Regional events, highlighted by the outstanding Regional Event in Dumfries.

ASSC Guest speakers at Bookster vacation rental events

The ASSC are welcome guests in Bookster vacation Rental meet-ups, with updates to the regulations and support for Property Managers.

In 2019 Fiona Campbell detailed the regulation changes in Scotland of 2019 and the COVID Cleaning Guidelines.