James Tuckey appointed deputy chairman of English Partnerships

James Tuckey has been appointed deputy chairman of English Partnerships, it was revealed last week. Tuckey replaces Victor Benjamin, who retired in July. He was first appointed to the English Partnerships board in December 2000 and reappointed in 2003 to serve a further three years. Tuckey is an adviser to BP PLC Pension Fund and chairman of NAI Fuller Peiser and World Golf Systems Group PLC. He spent 28 years at property company MEPC, including six years as chief executive. Tuckey is also a member of the general advisory council of the British Property Federation.


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