BAA’s Fallon leaves to return to Lowe Bell fold

Tim Fallon, BAA’s head of government relations and a former aide to Tony Blair, is to return to Lowe Bell Political in a move which should help balance the agency’s loss of senior Labour-connected consultants Neal Lawson and Ben Lucas last year.

Tim Fallon, BAA’s head of government relations and a former aide to

Tony Blair, is to return to Lowe Bell Political in a move which should

help balance the agency’s loss of senior Labour-connected consultants

Neal Lawson and Ben Lucas last year.



Fallon, who takes up his new responsibilities at the beginning of March,

will join as one of four directors and report to Kevin Bell, managing

director of LBP. He said: ’This is an exciting opportunity for me. We

aim to become a stronger, more dynamic company in the next few

months.’



During 1995, Fallon was a consultant for LBP. He joined BAA in 1996 as

government relations manager, before being promoted to head up the

operation.



He reported to BAA director of corporate and public affairs Des

Wilson.



Fallon was seconded to Tony Blair’s private office during the general

election campaign last year. He has also worked as a research adviser

for Labour’s front bench transport team while the party was in

opposition.



In a parallel move, Stephen Sherborne, chairman of LBP and MD of Lowe

Bell Consultants, the corporate reputation and crisis management arm of

Lowe Bell Communications, will be devoting more to time working for

LPB.



’I am changing the balance of my work. I want to build LBP up and

develop it in a whole lot of ways,’ Sherborne said.



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