Councillor Philip Broadhead is Deputy Chairman of Key Cities and Deputy Leader of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council – a large unitary local authority serving almost half a million residents on the UK’s South Coast.
He is also the elected Chairman of the Conservative Councillors’ Association – an organisation representing England’s 7,500 local councillors in the Conservative Party.
Philip is Chairman of the Council’s newly created, municipally-owned urban regeneration company FuturePlaces which is driving a £3bn project portfolio regeneration activity across the conurbation and embedding stewardship principles into its strategy and delivery models.
He also serves as a Board Member of the Local Government Association in Westminster and sits as Chairman and NED for a range of companies in the private and public sectors.
He has specialist fields of interest in regeneration, planning and economic growth. Prior to being elected as a politician, Philip worked in the property industry career spanning the residential and commercial property sectors.