DiscoverThe Scottish Housing News Podcast13 – Affordability with Michael Carberry and John Blackwood
13 – Affordability with Michael Carberry and John Blackwood

13 – Affordability with Michael Carberry and John Blackwood

Update: 2022-05-16
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The use of the term ‘affordable’ has been helpful to those who deliver homes in Scotland, but for others, it has become vague and redundant. Michael Carberry of Blochairn Housing Association is one of the latter. Thankfully, he agreed to come on to the podcast to air his views. John Blackwood from the Scottish Association of Landlords tackles the affordability question for landlords and tenants in the private rented sector and we also hear from Gordon Maloney and members of tenants’ union Living Rent*.




*Jimmy's introduction refers to Living Rent as a private tenants union. In fact, tenants of all tenures are members of Living Rent.




Blochairn Housing Association - https://blochairn.org/


Scottish Association of Landlords - https://scottishlandlords.com/


Living Rent- https://www.livingrent.org/




Jimmy Black has written a blog to accompany the episode, here:


https://www.scottishhousingnews.com/articles/blacks-blog-affordable




Kieran Findlay is the editor of Scottish Housing News. Jimmy Black is a former Dundee housing convener and housing justice campaigner.


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13 – Affordability with Michael Carberry and John Blackwood

13 – Affordability with Michael Carberry and John Blackwood

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