Governance

The Ethical Property Company is governed by a Board of Directors, who are supported by a Senior Management Team.

Our Board consists of five Non-executive Directors and one Managing Director. They meet at least five times each year – meetings are also attended by our Senior Management Team.

Additionally, there are three sub-committees:

  • Audit Committee
     
  • Remuneration and Nominations Committee
     
  • Investment Committee

Please note: The Board reviews its performance each year, and reflects on whether it contains the appropriate mix of skills required to enable the company to meet its objectives.

Our Board

  • Paul Bellack, Non-Executive Board Member, Ethical Property

    Paul Bellack

    Non-executive Director
    Paul joined The Ethical Property Company in 1999 after 19 years with Sun Life of Canada as Property Fund Manager. Paul founded and runs a commercial property investment company and has worked with social change groups including the Big Issue and Out Of This World on a variety of property matters.
  • Juliet Can, Non-executive Director, Ethical Property

    Juliet Can

    Non-executive Director
    Juliet Can is Director of Stour Space, a social enterprise providing affordable workspace for the creative sector. Juliet has also co-led the formation of the Hackney Wick & Fish Island Community Development Trust and sits on the Board of the London Community Land Trust. Juliet has 20 years’ experience working in the charity and social enterprise sectors and she has worked on social justice issues such as supporting victims of human trafficking, refugees, health promotion, and women’s rights.
  • Sam Clarke, Chair, Ethical Property

    Sam Clarke

    Chair
    Sam has chaired a number of value driven organisations including Friends of the Earth, New Economics Foundation, and the Climate Coalition. He is currently chair of the Low Carbon Hub and Charity Mentors. Sam lives in Oxford and previously chaired the company from 2000 to 2010.
  • Jamie Hartzell, Non-Executive Board Member, Ethical Property

    Jamie Hartzell

    Non-executive Director
    Jamie is one of the UK’s leading social entrepreneurs, and an investor in a wide range of social businesses. He is a director of Tonic Housing, providing accommodation for elderly members of the LGBT community; chair of the leading Fairtrade chocolate company Divine, and a director of Positive Money. He founded the company in 1998 and led it for 13 years. He also founded the social crowdfunding platform Ethex.
  • Mark Luntley, Non-Executive Board Member, Ethical Property

    Mark Luntley

    Non-executive Director
    Mark joined Ethical Property in 2013. A qualified accountant, Mark is also Non Executive Director of Energy4All. Mark also chairs the Oxfordshire Credit Union and is a Director of the Westmill Windfarm Co-op and Westmill Solar Coops. Mark is an elected board member of REScoop - the federation of European Renewable Energy Cooperatives.
  • Monica Middleton, Non-executive Director Ethical Property

    Monica Middleton

    Non-executive Director
    Passionate about ventures that focus on a quantifiable social and environmental impact alongside financial return, she was National Managing Director for the UK/Ireland arm of Dutch co-operative and social investor, Oikocredit. Monica has previously been a non-executive director for Cafedirect’s Guardian Sustainable Company and is currently Chair of Women in Social Finance, and a non-executive Director for the start-up development phase of FaithInvest.
  • Anne Marie O'Hara, Non-Executive Director, Ethical Property

    Anne Marie O'Hara

    Non-executive Director
    Anne-Marie has worked in various property, charity and grant giving roles for over 25 years. She led the Property Planning, Projects and European Funding Team at the National Trust for Scotland, the county’s largest environmental charity. Anne-Marie has also worked in central and local government and at a senior level for both the Heritage and Big Lottery Funds where she was involved in the development and implementation of a variety of major grant funded capital projects in Scotland.
  • Conrad Peberdy, MD

    Conrad Peberdy

    Managing Director
    Conrad joined Ethical Property in December 2009 having previously worked as Managing Director of Bristol East Side Traders; an innovative Bristol based regeneration company. He is responsible for developing new business opportunities, partnerships and the acquisition of new Centres.

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