Collette provides advice and assistance to many Registered Social Landlords (RSLs), local authorities and other public bodies in Scotland, particularly in relation to governance, regulatory and constitutional issues. She regularly advises clients in relation to the application of legislative developments and the development and implementation of policy, as well as general advisory work.
Collette undertakes a range of property, finance and contract work for the firm’s housing and public sector clients on a day-to-day basis. She is also the lead adviser to the firm’s housing and public sector clients on consumer credit-related issues and compliance with applicable requirements of the Financial Conduct Authority.
Collette is experienced in advising on a wide range of local authority matters, including housing, public procurement, commercial conveyancing, contractual issues and litigation. Collette has experience of supporting local authorities with the establishment of shared services and alternative business structures.
Collette was named one of Legal 500’s “Next Generation Partners” in Social Housing and has also earned recognition from Chambers UK in this area.
"Collette Miller provides financial advice to a very high standard."
"Collette is meticulous."
"Derek Hogg and Collette Miller are the two outstanding partners covering our work and they are both very accessible and focus on getting transactions concluded. Both are market-leading experts in their field."
New freedoms for people experiencing homelessness
Interim guidance for social landlords during the review of the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing post 2020 (EESSH2)
Cost of Living (Tenant Protection) (Scotland) Bill: What does it mean for landlords?
What is the current situation with housing policy in Scotland?
Gaelic homes for Gaelic people?
The sustainable future of housing in Scotland
What happens when neighbours refuse to contribute to the cost of common repairs?