LADY LUCY FRENCH OBE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Lucy has sought to shape the urban environment, in terms of placemaking and culture. Having opened the first newly built theatre complex in central London for three decades she worked with key stakeholders to bring the scheme to fruition setting it within the wider transformation of the Victoria footprint. She has been CEO of Fleet Street Quarter BID since June 2022.
Roy is a partner in the Planning and Public Law team, bringing his experience of working on regeneration projects within local government and as a consultant to his legal practice. He has sat on the Fleet Street Quarter BID Board of Directors since March 2022, and was appointed Chair in June 2023, having previously served as Vice Chair.
Fleet Street Quarter BID has overseen the largest urban regeneration project ever undertaken in Europe. We design, build and manage a unique set of assets to serve local and international companies, renowned retailers and some of the UK’s most exciting technology startups.
Through careful stewardship and curation, our programme of work fosters inclusion, diversity, innovation, celebrate culture and help deliver a green and sustainable business district. The BID creates a strong business collective, providing a powerful voice for local businesses, enhancing the physical environment, injecting new energy into the area, and creating a safer and cleaner destination for all who live, work or visit.
Alison Lee, St Bride Foundation
Karl Mitchell, Apex Hotels
Vaishali Patel, Delinian
Alison Turner, Framestore
Louise Ward, Charles Russell Speechleys
Bhakti Depala, City of London (Observer)
Eamonn Mullally, City of London (Observer)
Ruby Raw, City of London (Observer)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Roy Pinnock, Dentons (Chair)
Devinder Bhogal, Deloitte
Alienor Cointreau, Le Cordon Bleu
Charlotte Green, Lego
Fiona Jervis, Goldman Sachs