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Meet the Team

Glenn Taylor
Glenn Taylor - Managing Director

From humble beginnings Taylor and Co has grown in its 35 years of trading. We deal with very varied sales and acquisitions that define us as an experienced, expert in everything property related. In all those years I have advised many clients in all aspects of property though in the past 10 years this has mainly concentrated on land owners and developers.I am pleased to be conversant with planning and legal matters and have worked hard to bring great success to many.

Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor - Head of New Homes and New Business

Having spent 15 years with with a major house-builder Sarah has a lot of experience in New Home sales and administration. Joining Taylor and Co 5 years ago in charge of the many New Homes we were/are instructed to sell Sarah also focuses on new business.

Nick Turner
Nick Turner - Instructions and New Business Manager

Nick has a long background in sales working in the industry for many years. A very pro active successful individual who is driven like no other to produce results, best price and attention to detail.The first point of contact for residential sales Nick will leave you in no doubt as to what he will achieve for you.

Trevor Roff
Trevor Roff - Director of Finance and Land Assets

With a hugely successful deep history with Bedford Borough Council as Director of Finance Trevor turned his hand 10 years ago to development and planning of property. With a particular strength in neighbourhood plans he now consults and advises in our Land department and is proving an exceptional talent drawing landowners and stakeholders to Taylor and Co. 

Bernadette Griffith
Bernadette Griffith - Office administration Manager

PA to the Managing Director and general administration and support network. Bernie has been with us in the company for 9 years now. A long list of duties centring around planning application review and research.

Bentley - Head of Security

A very caring and emotional chap sleeps far too much to be taken seriously as a guard dog.