The Crown Estate Paving Commission (CEPC) is looking to recruit a number of new Commissioners to fill upcoming vacancies arising from the retirement of incumbents.
All ratepayers are invited to apply. Interest is particularly encouraged amongst ratepayers not currently well represented, namely our business rate payers and residents from the following Terraces: Carlton House, Gloucester Gate, Cumberland, Chester, Cambridge, Clarence and Hanover along with Park Square West and Park Square East.
- Committee/Board Chairing
The Chair role will become vacant in May 2022, and so those with experience of Charing or previous board experience looking for a first Chair role are particularly encouraged.
Anyone considering the opportunity is invited to contact the Director, Nick Packard by phone 07494 505 208 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion. Expressions of interest are invited by way of a CV submitted to email@example.com by Friday 30 April 2021 following which we notify you of the next steps. It is anticipated that the process would be complete by early July 2021.
Further information for prospective candidates
Commissioner Job Description available here
Chair Job Description available here
CEPC governing statutes available here
2019/20 Report & Financial Statements available here
The CEPC is a unique independent rating body set up by statute in 1824. Today it is responsible for the management of The Crown Estate land, being streets and ornamental terrace gardens, around Regent’s Park along with the latter at Carlton House Terrace. It also provides street cleaning, security patrolling and parking regulation services in its area of operation around Regent’s Park. The CEPC is independent of The Crown Estate, The Royal Parks and local authorities.
The Commissioners are traditionally, but not necessarily, resident (including corporate and former) ratepayers and those appointed ex-offico by The Crown Estate, The Royal Parks and HM Treasury. Commissioners represent all CEPC ratepayers, not specifically those in the terrace or area in which they may live or work. Appointments are made for an initial term of three years, renewable for two further consecutive four year terms and only up to the age of seventy five. Commissioners receive no remuneration and do not usually claim any expenses arising from their duties.