River regeneration group broadens comms team

The Cross River Partnership, a group of London-based public and private organisations, is looking to hire its first communications manager. The CRP is responsible for implementing a pounds 120 million programme of 60 or so regeneration improvements along the River Thames in central London.

The Cross River Partnership, a group of London-based public and

private organisations, is looking to hire its first communications

manager. The CRP is responsible for implementing a pounds 120 million

programme of 60 or so regeneration improvements along the River Thames

in central London.



The new post has been deemed necessary as a focal point of the CRP’s

activities within the context of the governance of London, including the

new administration at the Greater London Authority, a spokesperson for

the City of Westminster said.



The appointee will work alongside the partnership manager, Nicky

Johnston and the job will involve promoting CRP’s regeneration programme

and co-ordinating consultation to ensure that local communities benefit

from the regeneration.



He or she will report to the CRP team and will work with the

communications teams of the various member organisations, and with

consultancies already on the CRP’s books, including Media Strategy and

BSMG-GJW.



CRP has a big year ahead, with several projects, including the new

Millennium Bridge and Hungerford Bridge Millennium project set to be

completed.



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