Booking The Entire International First Class Cabin On Points

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  1. Using an existing zoning regulation properly to incentivize new below market rate housing as written in the code, is not a loophole.

  2. Yeah, that’s just poorly written code. I expect they’ll revise it to what they want so this can’t happen again, but it’s probably too late to stop this development.

    RE: Entire cabin on points – That’s insane. Person is blowing thousands of quid, in cash, on F tickets, and just using points as an arbitrage opportunity to keep costs down. Fine for what it is, but def not what most people, even those deep in miles and points, would think of as being realistic.

  3. @DD
    It is a loophole when a hotel abuses it…
    A hotel is not a common provider of housing for ling term anyway and the law was not intended to provide for one apartment in the entire building
    That is a definition of loophole, something legal but questionable…

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