An article in the Courier has highlighted the issues for businesses and individuals trying to find accommodation in Comrie.

John Castley, owner of Wild Hearth Bakery on the edge of the village, has revealed that two new recruits had no option but to spend months in temporary caravans on a farm.

He also says some new staff have pulled out of positions and other established workers have had to return to their native countries because there is simply nowhere for them to live.

“I have had new recruits who really wanted to work for us who ended up staying in caravans,” John said.

“Two couples ended up in a caravan in a local farm so they could start work and buy themselves time for new accommodation.

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Comrie workers forced to live in caravans due to lack of affordable housing

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