Company Overview of British Council of Shopping Centres
British Council of Shopping Centres promotes retail-led regeneration through research and guidance, industry awards, educational opportunities, public sector dialogue, and events and networking opportunities in the United Kingdom. The company involves in developing communication channels with local authorities and public sector representatives, as well as provides previews and discounts on publications and research, including guidance notes, research reports, occasional papers, training guides, and in-depth studies. Its activities include committees and task forces, conferences and showcases, study tours, and luncheon meetings; representation on the matters of public policy relevant to its m...
1 Queen Anne's Gate
London, SW1H 9BT
Founded in 1983
Key Executives for British Council of Shopping Centres
Honorary Treasurer and Member of Executive Board
Secretary and Member of Executive Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
British Council of Shopping Centres Key Developments
British Council of Shopping Centres Announces Management Changes
Apr 14 15
The British Council of Shopping Centres has announced the appointment of John Coyne as chief executive. Coyne is currently interim managing director of Improving Health Limited. Before that, he was commercial director for Action for Children, a national children's charity and, earlier in his distinguished career, was managing director of the Association of Plumbing, Heating and Mechanical Contractors. Previous chief executive Michael Green resigned in October last year after 11 years in the job. The company has also announced the resignation of Suzi Clay, portfolio director at Land Securities, as vice president, who is expecting a baby. Mark Bourgeois, executive director of Capital & Regional, currently junior vice president, will become vice president with immediate effect. Giulia Bunting, planning director at GL Hearn, has been announced as the junior vice president. Coyne will take up his post on 1 June 2015.
BCSC Appoints Suzi Clay as Junior Vice-President
Dec 5 13
Suzi Clay, portfolio director at Land Securities has been appointed junior vice-president of the BCSC, meaning she will become president in 2016. Clay will become only the second female BCSC president in the organisation's 30-year history.
David Atkins, chief executive of Hammerson, completes the current presidential team.
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