Landlord services north of the border have been commended in a recent survey, according to the Scottish government.

The country's housing and communities minister Alex Neil will give details of this research during his keynote speech at the Scottish Association of Landlords major conference and exhibition later today.

Private landlords and the properties they offer were praised during the analysis, the BBC reports.

The news corporation suggests that the positive findings could lead to ministers in Scotland giving landlords in the country a greater role in the housing system.

Mr Neil will also unveil the Scottish government's review of the private rented sector during his announcement today.

It comes after he celebrated securing a £17.6 million affordable housing investment for North Lanarkshire last week, which may interest potential landlords in the region.

"This money will make a real difference to the area,"the politician explained via his official website.
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