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Partner & Solicitor

Michael Taylor

“Having worked directly for Registered Providers for over 20 years I am excited to be given the opportunity to join the amazing Affordable Housing Team at Tozers. I will be using my knowledge and experience to help shape and enhance the team and increase their profile and reputation in the sector.”

Michael is a Partner and Solicitor in our nationally recognised Affordable Housing team. Michael qualified as a Solicitor in 2000 and has developed relationships with Registered Providers development departments having worked in-house for over 20 years.

Michael provides a broad range of advice and guidance to Registered Providers to ensure they can deliver their social housing property schemes, including property, housing management and governance and regulatory work.

Michael is an excellent communicator with a focus on property related matters; finding solutions to enable clients to deliver their social housing property schemes.

He has experience in Landlord and Tenant / Tenancy Management, Property and Land Law, Contract Law, and Governance and Regulatory advice.

In his spare time Michael enjoys either watching or participating in most sports, particularly football, tennis and golf and helps coach a local U12 football team. He also likes to spend time with family, supporting his 3 children with their various interests and hobbies.

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Social Housing Reform: Consultation time again!

Posted on 08th February 2024 in Affordable Housing

Following the recent discussion on new social housing reforms, which was published on 30 January 2024, the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities has declared an eight-week consultation period on a proposed standard for competence and conduct in social housing.

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Michael Taylor

Partner & Solicitor
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Social Housing Reform: Consultation Now Live

Posted on 30th January 2024 in Affordable Housing

Today the Department for Levelling up, Housing and Communities announced a consultation on new social housing reforms. The proposed consultation has raised a number of concerns around the fact that a large majority of social housing already goes to UK nationals, the proposal would introduce even stricter rules, awarding social housing to those that can prove a close connection to the UK and local area as a priority.

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Michael Taylor

Partner & Solicitor