Policy Connect Ltd

Key registration information

Registered since

25 March 2015

Address

CAN Mezzanine, 32-36 Loman Street
London
Greater London
United Kingdom
SE1 0EH


03117836

0207 202 8585

Clients

'Clients' are the individuals or organisations for whom a consultant lobbyist has conducted the business of consultant lobbying in return for payment as defined by the Act.

Current client list (July to September 2017)

Client
10:10
4R Group Ltd
Abbvie
ACCA
ACM Environmental Plc
Aggregate Industries
Albion Water
Aldersgate Group
Alliance for Beverage Cartons and Environment (ACE UK)
Altro
Client
Amec Foster Wheeler
Amey
Anglian Water
ARM Holdings
Association for Project Management (APM)
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)
Autodesk
BAE systems
Baxi
Displaying 1-20 of 240.


Previous client lists

April to June 2017
No clients listed. During this quarter, Policy Connect Ltd made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

January to March 2017
No clients listed. During this quarter, Policy Connect Ltd made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

October to December 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group, at 8 November 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 31 October 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 6 October 2016
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 14 November 2016
Displaying 1-4 of 4.


July to September 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the Sustainable Resource Group, at 27 July 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 8 September 2016
Displaying 1-2 of 2.


April to June 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group, at 13 April 2016
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 22 April 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 18 May 2016
Displaying 1-3 of 3.


January to March 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills and Employment, at 26 January 2016
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 14 January 2016
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 24 March 2016
Client
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 22 March 2016
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 6 January 2016
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 23 February 2016
Displaying 1-6 of 6.


October to December 2015
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group, at 16 November 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 24 November 2015
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 5 October 2015
Displaying 1-3 of 3.


July to September 2015
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group, at 11 September 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group, at 17 September 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group, at 29 September 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Skills and Employment, at 11 September 2015
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 21 July 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 22 September 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 29 July 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 17 September 2015
Displaying 1-8 of 8.


April to June 2015
Client
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 22 June 2015
non-parliamentary members of the All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group, at 29 May 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 10 June 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 20 May 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Carbon Connect, at 24 June 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Sustainable Resource Forum, at 19 June 2015
Client
non-parliamentary members of the Sustainable Resource Group, at 13 June 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 25 June 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 29 May 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 29 May 2015
non-parliamentary members of the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum, at 9 June 2015
Displaying 1-11 of 11.


January to March 2015
No clients listed. During this quarter, Policy Connect Ltd made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.



Relevant code of conduct details

Is there in place an undertaking by this organisation to comply with a relevant code of conduct?

No

Relevance of a code of conduct is determined in relation to governing the carrying on of the business of consultant lobbying. This means making communications personally to a Minister of the Crown and/or Permanent Secretary (or equivalents), regarding the functions, policy or legislation of the UK Government on behalf of a client and in return for payment.


Directors 

Where the organisation is a company list of directors can be found below. Where the organisation is a partnership list of partners can be found below. For organisations listed as organisation type 'other' list of executives can be found below.

See list of Directors
   
Person
Role
Ms Jocelyn BaileyDirector
Mr Neil Duncan EatonDirector
Mr Christopher Mark FrancisDirector
Mr Peter Terry JonesDirector
Mr Phillip Charles KirbyDirector
Person
Role
Ms Clare MinchingtonDirector
Mr Jonathan ShawDirector
Mr Barry John SheermanDirector
Lord Robin TeversonDirector
Ms Lynn Patricia TomkinsDirector
Displaying 1-10 of 10.

Changes to Directors

List any directors, shadow directors and the company secretary. A shadow director is a person in accordance with whose directions or instructions the directors of the company are accustomed to act, although they do not have the title of director and may not carry out those actions themselves.
7 June 2017 Robin Teverson - Director changed to Lord Robin Teverson - Director
5 June 2017 Ms Lynn Patricia - Director changed to Ms Lynn Patricia Tomkins - Director

General Consultancy Changes

8 June 2017 Code of Conduct changed to None

Notes

Between 31 December 2016 and 31 March 2017, summarised client information has been provided with the agreement of the Registrar, since histories of multiple individual clients cannot be retrospectively confirmed.