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Mr. William McKee Dickson CBE
Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation
+44 1708 895400
Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation
Gateway House Stonehouse Lane
The Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation has purchased the TA Centre as part of the land assembly programme on the Northern fringe of Grays town centre. The Brook Street site has a key strategic position within the proposed regeneration of Gray
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Will McKee CBE
WILLIAM MCKEE CBE entered WCS in 1953.
A town planner, traffic engineer and chartered surveyor by profession, he was Chief Executive of the London Borough of Merton 1981-92.
From 1993 until 2002, he was Director General of the British Property Federation and Chairman of the European Property Federation from 1996 until 2002.
From 1999-2002, Will was Chairman of the CBI Trade Association Council, a member of the CBI President's committee and Vice-chairman of the National Planning Forum.
Will has been a member of numerous Government review bodies.
or 10 years he
was visiting lecturer at Imperial College London
and between 2001-2004 visiting Fellow in Property at Reading University
e has written widely in books, journals and newspapers and appeared on television and radio.
Currently Will is Chairman of property investment and development company Tilfen Land, Chair of the Mayor of London's Outer London Commission and Chair of the Thurrock Urban Development Corporation.
e is Chair of the Advisory Committee of Surrey University School of Management, a member of the Advisory Board of University College London's Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities and in 2011, he was appointed by the Higher Education Funding Council for England to sit on the Architecture, Built Environment and Planning Sub-panel of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
received the CBE in the 2002 Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to the property industry.
A Justice of the Peace since 1974, Will is a Governor and Trustee of the Rambert Dance Company.
Will has been an honorary citizen of Irvine, Dallas, Texas since 1985.
e is a past member of the Lord Olivier Awards Panel
(ballet.) Will has also has directed over 20 stage plays and enjoys the theatre, ballet, music concerts and collecting books and paintings.
He also found time to play for OWCFC across three decades!
William McKee | Director | LAPAR
has over 30 years experience in the public and private sectors.
Currently, he is Chairman of Tilfen Land, a property development and investment company and a Director of Accessible Retail and previously Chairman of Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation, a member of the Advisory Board of Hotbed Property Fund; Chairman of Urban Exposure Ltd, Chief Executive of the London Borough of Merton and Director of Planning & Development of other London Boroughs.
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WILLIAM MCKEE CBE
William McKee CBE was appointed chairman of Tilfen Land in 2003.
He is also chair of the Mayor of London's Outer London Commission and chief executive of Accessible Retail.
He is a member of the Governing Board of the North West Surrey Care Commissioning Group and a governor and trustee of the Rambert Dance Company.
Until 2012 William was chair of the Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation and before that chairman of the UK property division of international PR consultants Weber Shandwick.
From 1993 to 2002, he was chief executive of the British Property Federation and chairman of the European Property Federation from 1998 to 2002.
He has served as chairman of the CBI Trade Association Council and vice-chairman of the National Planning Forum.
He was chief executive of the London Borough of Merton from 1981 to 1992 and has been a visiting fellow in property at Reading University.
A qualified surveyor and town planner, William McKee received the CBE in the 2002 Queen's Birthday Honours for services to the property industry.
WILLIAM MCKEE CBE chairman NIGEL HOUSTON chief executive SIMON NEWSHOLME development director PETER RUNTING finance director SUSAN HICKEY non-executive director JEREMY STIBBE non-executive director JON LLOYD non-executive director OUR PEOPLE
Nature reserve on the Rainham Marshes
Will McKee, chairman of the Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation, says new green spaces like Rainham are crucial to the reputation of the area.
"There has been neglect in the past which has created an image that is partly true.
People around here think their neighbourhood has been London's dumping ground.
They are looking to have their landscape back - projects like this are the beginning of that process."
and other Thames Gateway dignitaries have come to Rainham to celebrate the visitor centre's topping out - a construction stage that signals the building is nearly finished.
While the east had the Olympics, ...
While the east had the Olympics, the west had Old Oak Common - Britain's biggest single regeneration project - and Park Royal, not to mention the 'treasured wilderness' of Wormwood Scrubs, said William McKee, Planning Committee Chairman, Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation.
The aim now was to deliver a world class, sustainable neighbourhood with some 25,000 new homes and 65,000 new jobs, he said, connecting exiting neighbourhoods together and delivering new green social and physical infrastructure.