Who’re the 23 MSP landlords who earn money from rented property? – The Nationwide

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Achnacarry Citadel is a property in Lochaber that Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron owns as a part of the broader property
THERE are 23 MSPs who’re landlords or personal shares in letting firms.
However who’re they, how a lot cash do they make every year and what number of properties do they personal?
Learn our full Sunday Nationwide investigation on how the variety of MSPs in parliament has sparked fears of delays to lease controls right here.
The National:
Alexander Burnett, Aberdeenshire West (Constituency)
Properties: Unknown, Burnett is a trustee of each the Fordie Belief, which owns property in Aberdeenshire valued at £5.5m, and the Banchory Belief, which owns property, additionally in Aberdeenshire, valued at £15.3m.
Estimated rental revenue: Mixed, each trusts’ gross annual revenue is estimated between £390,002 and £460,000. Burnett states he doesn’t anticipate any revenue from both throughout this parliamentary session.
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Liam Kerr, North East Scotland (Area)
Properties: A flat in Edinburgh.
Earnings: £5000 to £10,000 per yr
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Donald Cameron, Highlands and Islands (Area)
Properties: Achnacarry Property, Lochaber, consists of residential property lets, valued at £8.5 million.
Earnings: £840,000 per yr
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Edward Mountain, Highlands and Islands (Area)
Properties: 14 – eight cottages, three homes, two farmhouses and one croft in Moray.
Earnings: £80,000 per yr. Mountain says he doesn’t obtain revenue from 4 properties, and three are beneath “service occupancy”. The remaining are estimated to supply revenue of between £10,000 and £15,000 per yr every.
The National:
Murdo Fraser, Mid Scotland and Fife (Area)
Properties: Two flats in Edinburgh; one a half flat share.
Earnings: £20,000 per yr.
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Craig Hoy, South Scotland (Area)
Properties: Half share in two flats; one in Edinburgh and one in Midlothian.
Earnings: £10,000 – £20,000 per yr.
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Sandesh Gulhane, Glasgow (Area)
Properties: One collectively owned flat in Glasgow.
Earnings: £10,000 to £15,000 per yr.
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Finlay Carson, Galloway and West Dumfries (Constituency)
Properties: Unknown. Carson is a associate in J and F Carson, a farming and property letting partnership in Kirkcudbright. Earnings: £13,000 per yr
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Pam Gosal, West Scotland (Area)
Properties: One home in Glasgow, however Gosal says she receives no rental revenue. Owns 50% shares in Strathblane Developments Ltd and APCL Buying and selling Ltd, a property funding and letting agency.
Earnings: Gosal’s shares within the agency have an estimated market worth of £700,000.
The National:
Michelle Thomson, Falkirk East (Constituency)
Properties: Six. Three homes – one every in Edinburgh, Stirling and Argyll and Bute. Three flats – one every in Clackmannanshire, West Lothian and Edinburgh.
Earnings: £30,000 per yr.
The National:
Colin Beattie, Midlothian North and Musselburgh (Constituency)
Properties: One flat in Edinburgh.
Earnings: £10,000-£15,000 per yr.
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Annabelle Ewing, Cowdenbeath (Constituency)
Properties: One flat in Edinburgh.
Earnings: £10,001 – £15,000
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Fergus Ewing, Inverness and Nairn (Constituency)
Properties: One home in Lossiemouth.
Earnings: £5000 per yr.
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Kenneth Gibson, Cunninghame North (Constituency)
Properties: One flat in Glasgow.
Earnings: £5000 per yr, however Gibson states that prices related to the property “exceed the revenue from letting it”.
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Michael Matheson, Falkirk West (Constituency) and Cab Sec for Internet Zero, Power and Transport
Properties: One home, collectively owned along with his spouse, within the Highlands.
Earnings: £10,001-£15,000. Matheson provides that the property doesn’t make a revenue on account of “operating prices”.
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Ivan McKee, Glasgow Provan (Constituency) and Minister for Enterprise, Commerce, Tourism and Enterprise
Properties: One home in Stirlingshire.
Earnings: £10,001 to £15,000 per yr.
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Paul McLennan, East Lothian (Constituency)
Properties: One home in Dunbar, East Lothian, which he rents to his parents-in-law. Earnings: £5000 per yr.
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Jackie Baillie, Dumbarton (Constituency)
Properties: One flat in Portugal.
Earnings: Between £3500 and £5200 per yr.
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Claire Baker, Mid Scotland and Fife (Area)
Properties: One flat in Aberdeen, collectively owned along with her husband.
Earnings: £5000 per yr.
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Rhoda Grant, Highlands and Islands (Area)
Properties: One sixth of a home share on the Isle of Lewis.
Earnings: £5000 per yr
The National:
Mark Griffin, Central Scotland (Area)
Properties: One flat in North Lanarkshire.
Earnings: £5000 per yr.
The National:
Carol Mochan, South Scotland (Area)
Properties: Three homes in East Ayrshire.
Earnings: £15,000 – £20,000 per yr.
The National:
Alex Cole-Hamilton, Edinburgh Western (Constituency)
Properties: One flat in Edinburgh, his personal, which he sublets a part of on Airbnb. Earnings: £5001 and £10,000 per yr.
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OUT of the Greens seven MSPs and Presiding Officer Alison Johnstone, the celebration has no landlords.
All the knowledge above is publicly out there on every MSPs register of pursuits.
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