Luck elected BURA chairman

Ralph Luck has been elected chairman of the British Urban Regeneration Association (BURA). He succeeds Bernadette Marjoram, who has served for the past six years. Luck has 30 years' experience in regeneration, most recently as English Partnerships director for the Thames Gateway and development director for Greenwich Peninsula. He has served on the BURA board for ten years. Marjoram will remain on the board and devote time to other non-executive roles, including her position as chairwoman of Eaves Housing.

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