Liz Mackenzie - South East
The National Landlord Association is the UK’s largest membership organisation for private residential landlords, supporting and representing over 30,000 members. We help landlords navigate challenges and proudly offer some of the most comprehensive learning resources and market-leading intelligence available in the sector.
Liz has been a landlord in London and the South East for over 20 years. She cannot resist a renovation project and, when not working, much of her time is spent in an ongoing battle with the weeds in her garden. Liz has always had an interest in public policy and believes private landlords play a vital role in providing choice and flexibility for people who need to rent a home. As a Representative for the NLA, she is able to help landlords keep up to date with legislation and policy, and to network with other landlords.
By renting out well-managed and legally compliant properties, landlords can mitigate the risks to their own business and do what is needed to keep their tenants safe and in the property for longer. Liz believes the NLA is also a bit like an insurance policy; it is there to help when things go wrong so landlords can get advice to help them take the correct action, and sort out any problems as soon as possible.