BPF announces new Presidential Team
Landsec chief executive Robert Noel has become president of the British Property Federation. He succeeds Paul Brundage, executive vice president and senior managing director – Europe & Asia Pacific, Oxford Properties, who stood down as president at the BPF’s annual Summer reception.
The BPF has appointed David Partridge, managing partner of Argent, as its new junior vice-president. Partridge will take over the junior vice-president role from Grainger chief executive Helen Gordon, who becomes the BPF’s vice-president.
BPF chief executive Melanie Leech said: “Robert has already been helping to shape the BPF’s work as a member of our presidential team for the past two years. I look forward to working with him this year to drive forward our agenda to ensure that the contribution real estate makes to society is fully understood; and that as an industry we face up to the challenge to become more diverse, inclusive and thereby resilient.