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APPG ON BUILDING COMMUNITIES

Building Communities focuses on the human dimension to infrastructure investment and provides an important addition to the public debate.

The cross-party group brings together politicians and the industry to influence and improve practices around building community and placemaking and helps to make the case for the positive economic and social impact of good infrastructure design.

At a meeting on Monday 18 June 2018, Bob Blackman MP was voted chair, Liz Twist MP and Stephen Hammond MP vice-chairs, and Mark Prisk MP as secretary.

ACE provides the secretariat to the APPG which is supported by the following ACE members: AECOM, ArcadisMott MacDonald, Peter Brett Associates, Ramboll, WatermanWSP and WYG. It is also supported by non-member Heathrow.

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The cross-party group has members from across the political spectrum and from both houses:

Bob Blackman

MP for Harrow East

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Liz Twist

MP for Blaydon

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Stephen Hammond

MP for Wimbledon

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Mark Prisk

MP for Hertford and Stortford

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Sir Graham Brady

MP for Altrincham and Sale West

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Baroness Brown of Cambridge

Member of the House of Lords

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Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts

Member of the House of Lords

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Lord Shipley

Member of the House of Lords

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Andrew Lewer

MP for Northampton South

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Matt Western

MP for Warwick and Leamington

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The work of the APPG is made possible thanks to the support of the following organisations:

AECOM

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Arcadis

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Heathrow Airport

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Mott MacDonald

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Peter Brett Associates

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Ramboll

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Waterman

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WSP

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WYG

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Julian Francis

Julian Francis

Director of External Affairs

Julian leads the creation of policy and government engagement strategy at ACE.

phone020 7227 1894