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Associate and Solicitor

Jenny Lloyd

“I have been compared to a “small terrier” by my opponents because I am a tenacious fighter. I’d like to think, though, that I help clients choose their battles wisely and my pragmatic advice helps them to reduce the risk of failure.”

Jenny is an associate solicitor working alongside Sarah Schooling to head up Tozers’ Housing Management services as part of our Affordable Housing Team.

Jenny is often in court representing her clients when dealing with anti-social behaviour, disrepair claims and other housing management situations such as:

  • Social Housing Fraud
  • Injunction and possession claims
  • Property and land disputes including adverse possession and Access to Neighbouring Land applications
  • Traveller sites

Jenny qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and has developed a specialist knowledge of social housing management where she applies that experience to provide pragmatic advice and representation.

Outside of the office, Jenny is a keen horse rider and regularly competes in dressage competitions. She also runs and swims to keep fit, completing the Great West Run 4 times.

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“Jenny has been absolutely amazing. She has stayed in contact with me, explained everything and been easily accessible. She made the whole process so simple!”

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Possession claims during Covid

Posted on 30th July 2020 in Affordable Housing

With the stay in possession proceedings ending on 24 August 2020 there is renewed uncertainty for the future.

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Jenny Lloyd

Associate and Solicitor
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Face Coverings in court buildings

Posted on 29th July 2020 in Affordable Housing

As of Monday 27 July 2020, those attending Court buildings will be required to wear a face covering in the communal areas. This applies to lawyers, representatives of Landlords and to tenants.

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Jenny Lloyd

Associate and Solicitor