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Governance and Board

The Board consists of up to 18 members:

  • Up to 2 Board members are taken from each of the sector based sub-groups and the community sub-group;
  • Up to 6 other Board members are taken from the BID constituency;
  • Up to 3 positions on the Board are provided to representatives of the organisation’s voluntary members;
  • 1 small business who does not form part of the formal BID constituency
  • 1 property owner within the BID district

Board of Directors


David Whittleton
Trustee, Arup

Main Board

David Byrne
Chief Executive, The Doctors Laboratory

Keith Lawrence
General Manager, UCLH

John Prevc
Partner, Make

Dr. Celia Caulcott
Vice Provost (Enterprise and London), UCL

Rebecca De Souza
Retail Director, Heal’s

Luke Ade
General Manager, Sainsbury’s

John Bonning
Commercial Director, The Building Centre

Niccolo Consigli
London Cluster General Manager, My Bloomsbury

David Berens
Partner, Fuglers

Aristos Papasavva
Owner, Gigs

Tom Lethart
Assistant Director, City of London

Ben Ridgwell

Head of Asset & Property Management, Derwent London

Max Neufeld
Chairman, Charlotte Street Association

Wesley Skow
Chairman, Fitzroy Square Neighbourhood Association

Observers to Board

Cllr Sally Gimson
Cabinet Member for Sustainability and Environment, Camden Council

Genny Fernandes
Business Opportunities Manager, Camden Council

Matt Casey
Chief Inspector, Metropolitan Police

Sarah Ralphs
Stakeholder Engagement Officer, Business, Transport for London


Board Sub Groups

The BID’s seeks to embrace the business and wider community with a programme of work that delivers a district with a strong sense of identity and that is clean and safe for all.

To help guide the BID a number of sector focus groups have been set up to encourage participation and help to add value to the running of the BID.

  • Tottenham Court Road Group (Retail)
  • Charlotte Street Group (Restaurant and Night Time Economy)
  • Office Sector Group
  • Community Group
  • Small Business Group

If you would like to participate in a group that represents your business please contact the team.

Tottenham Court Road Group

The Tottenham Court Road Group aims to listen to the voice of retailers along Tottenham Court Road and the surrounding area, and deliver on projects aimed at driving footfall, supporting the retail calendar, creating a brand identity, and promoting events that we and our members are hosting.

Charlotte Street Group

Charlotte Street and the neighbouring area, plays a leading role in creating the vibrancy that attracts people working and living in the area, alongside a fabulous range of restaurants, and this forum makes sure that their views are represented, whilst we increase awareness of the destination and ensure the quality of the street environment.

Office Sector Group

This group involves the office community on an agenda that includes joint procurement initiatives, building B2B relationships, helping offices to feel safe and secure, supporting improved skill sets, staff benefits and welfare. The group is a platform for servicing common issues, and highlighting offers and events impact the office sector.

Community Group

The Community Group recognises the residents’ inclusive voice within Fitzrovia – therefore, this group is reflective of residential, community groups and third sector interests. This is the group that provides the community with a conduit to business, as well as promoting community issues and events in their own right.

Small Business Group

The Small Business Group is made up of small businesses and independent traders which make up an integral part of Fitzrovia. The group will support a range of projects to benefit the sector, and help to integrate small businesses into the larger business agenda.

The Board sub-groups consist of between 6 and 12 members representative of their particular sector:

  • Membership of the business led sub-groups are invited from the BID constituents and from small business voluntary members;
  • Membership of the Community Group is invited from those organisations advised by the London Borough of Camden.

The Board endeavours to secure members from a combination of large and small businesses within the BID constituency and representation from different sectors within the district;

In addition the following organisations may sit on the Board;

  • London Borough of Camden
  • Metropolitan Police
  • Transport for London

As Observers to the Board, these representatives act in an advisory role and are nominated by their respective organisations;

Quorum is a minimum of three Directors.  BID constituents should always form the majority.