Bell Pottinger Good Relations

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Bell Pottinger London offices, 330 High Holborn
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Bell Pottinger Good Relations is a subsidiary of Chime Communications.

People

PRCA Register

December 2015-February 2016

James Hawkins | James Ralph | Jessica Schon | Neil Bayley | Philip Brady | Richard Moss | Ruth Barker | Zoe Holder [2]

September 2014-November 2014

Ruth Barker | Neil Bayley | Jackie Brock-Doyle | James Hawkins | James Goodwill | Simon Jones[3]

Former staff

Clients

Registrar of consultant lobbyists

The register of consultant lobbyists documents the clients on behalf of whom Good Relations has lobbied government ministers, and the firms filings since 2015 are as follows:

April - June 2016

Berkeley Group | Lontra Ltd | Southeastern | St Edward | Subway International B.V | The Bel Groupe | The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) | Weetabix | World Horse Welfare[9]

January - March 2016

Berkeley Group | Lontra Ltd | Southeastern | St Edward | Subway International B.V | The Bel Groupe | The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) | Weetabix | World Horse Welfare [10]

October - December 2015

Berkeley Group | Lontra | Southeastern | St Edward | Subway B.V | The Bel Groupe | The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants | Weetabix | World Horse Welfare[11]

July - September 2015

Berkely Group | Lontra Ltd | Southeastern | St Edward | Subway BV | The Bel Groupe | The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants | World Horse Welfare

April - June 2015

Bel Group | Berkeley Group | Chartered Institute of Management Accountants | Lontra | Southeastern | St Edward | Subway BV

January - March 2015

B&Q | Lontra | Subway

PRCA lobbying register

December 2015-February 2016

Bel Group | CIMA | CMI | Lontra Redrow | Southeastern | St Edwards | Subway | Weetabix | World Horse Welfare [2]

APPC lobbying register

September 2014-November 2014

Internet Matters | Lontra | Subway WSG | Weetabix[3]

November 2011

Airbus | Astrium | Cassidian | EADS | Eurocopter | QinetiQ | TalkTalk[12]

Good Relations clients include(d): Corus | Monsanto, the GM food company | Nestle | Nirex | Tesco

Nuclear Spinners

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From 2003-05, Good Relations was paid £375,000 by Nirex (the government-controlled agency that oversaw storage of radioactive waste) to provide "professional consultancy and support in the area of media relations and corporate communications".[13]

Contact

Good Relations, Holborn Gate, 26 Southampton Buildings, London WC2A. Website: http://www.goodrelations.co.uk

Resources

Notes

  1. People Good Relations, accessed 27 January 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 Good Relations client list, Dec15-Feb16, PRCA, accessed 4 May 2016
  3. 3.0 3.1 Agency Register September to November 2014 PRCA, accessed 27 January 2015
  4. David Singleton Agency post for Blair’s media man Public Affairs News, 4 December 2014, accessed 27 January 2015
  5. Burhan Al-Gailani Linkedin, accessed 27 January 2015
  6. Darren Young Linkedin, accessed 27 January 2015
  7. Giles Bancroft Linkedin, accessed 27 January 2015
  8. Vienn Chan Linkedin, accessed 27 January 2015
  9. 'Bell Pottinger Good Relations profile 2016', Register of consultant lobbyists, accessed 20 July 2016
  10. Bell Pottinger Good Relations profile 2016, Registrar of consultant lobbyists, accessed 3 May 2016
  11. Bell Pottinger Good Relations profile 2015, Registrar of consultant lobbyists, accessed 8 February 2015
  12. PRCA register, to Nov 2011
  13. D. Wild (2005) Freedom of Information Request, Letter to Jean McSorley, Senior Advisor to Greenpeace UK, 15 July