Terrington Management

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Terrington Management is a niche 'government relations' lobbying consultancy which previously shared personnel and offices in Great Peter Street with First Defence, a right wing military think tank.

In September 2012 Terrington's chairman Geoffrey Pattie and director Caroline Flynn-MacLeod joined the Public Affairs Council's voluntary register as third-party lobbyists, yet failed to reveal their client list. [1]

Tri Polus

Tri Polus is Terrington's consultancy branch, specialising in market entry strategies, consultancy advice and defence offsets; the company has a number of contracts with 'leading US corporations' to deliver offset projects. [2]

People

Terrington Clients

Registrar of consultant lobbyists

The UK government's register of consultant lobbyists documents those clients on behalf of whom Terrington has lobbied government ministers. The firm's listings are as follows:

January to March 2017

No clients listed. During this quarter, Terrington Management LLP 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

No clients listed. During this quarter, Terrington Management LLP 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.

July to September 2016

No clients listed. During this quarter, Terrington Management LLP 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.

April - June 2016

Raytheon UK[4]

January - March 2015

UTC Aerospace [5]

Notes 2017

  • 5 January 2017 Change to Register: Accenture was removed as a client from Terrington Management LLP's January to March 2017 quarterly information return.
  • 01 June /2017 Change to Register: The code of conduct subscribed to by Terrington Management LLP was removed from the Register of Consultant Lobbyists as it was not relevant to UK consultant lobbying.
  • 27 April 2017 Change to Register: On 27/04/2017, Accenture was added to Terrington Management LLP's list of clients for the return period January to March 2017.

Affiliations

Contact

45 Great Peter Street,
London, SW1P 3LT, UK
Website: http://www.terringtonmanagement.com Email: info@terringtonmanagement.com

Notes

  1. Tamasin Cave, Lobbyists score another own goal, 23 September 2012
  2. Tri Polus, Terrington website, accessed 4 May 2015
  3. Terrington Management Tri Polus accessed 27 October 2014
  4. 'Terrington Management LLP profile 2016', Register of consultant lobbyists, accessed 25 July 2016
  5. Terrington Management profile 2015, Registrar of consultant lobbyists, accessed 9 February 2016
  6. Links, accessed 27 October 2014