Every room includes a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Cornmill Hotel features free wifi throughout the property. Read more: Neighbours shock as police search 'happy go lucky' couple's house over missing Hull mum Alternatively, there are a selection of properties listed on Airbnb, the website which lets people rent out their properties for short stays. There are currently 26 properties listed with the average price of a stay per night being £64. All prices and availability listed was correct as of May 19, 2017. Paul Vinsen, who runs Hull & Humber Hoteliers Association, believes the age old adage of supply and demand has influenced the stark price increases, in these examples, and many others. "Hotels always operate by demand really. Pricing can be very elastic and it is like that in every city," explained, Mr Vinsen, who previously managed Mercure Grange Park. "For example, if you look at prices during Wimbledon you're getting Travelodges for £300 a night and we've seen that effect here during City of Culture .
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It was only a rental voucher from the Housing Authority, which paid for housing costs beyond 30 percent of the woman's income, that allowed her to move back into the city. "In most cases, people would just move away," Wright said. Wright listed a few solutions to the problem. One might be "inclusionary zoning"—a policy that would require a certain number of units in a new development be offered at an affordable price, or that some sort of land donation be made to help create affordable housing. "Unfortunately, in our community, the market isn't fixing itself," Wright said. "Yes, over time, the market may fix itself, but the people who say that are the people who are already living in their own homes." Another possibility, Wright said, is subsidizing the price of apartments, either by paying for the costs of special assessments on the property or the housing itself. Though she said it's not a method of first resort, she said it might be time to look at what high housing costs are doing to the local economy. "I think we should already be looking into it. If we have people that aren't moving here today ...
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