A major Glasgow landlord has said that ensuring a supply of high-quality private rented housing is vital to support the city’s economy. Elaine Angelidis, who manages properties across Glasgow and the west of Scotland, said that stricter regulations and a clearer model rental agreement, which promotes greater understanding between tenants and landlords, will deliver the kind of flexible rented accommodation needed to support the city’s economy. Ms Angelidis said that it was also important the role of the private rented sector (PRS) was better understood and its contribution acknowledged. ‘I have been a landlord for around 15 years, am proud to be a member of the Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) and to have undertaken the latest training from Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS).  Involvement with both bodies ensures I have access to the information and support necessary to fulfil my obligations as a landlord,’ said Ms Angelidis. ‘Our tenants are … (To read the full article, subscribe below)

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Jamie Hailstone is senior reporter – NewStart