Neylan exits GLA for agency post

Greater London Authority senior press officer Matthew Neylan is quitting after three years to join the London Communications Agency.

At the London authority Neylan worked on the launch of the London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund and the capital's successful bid for the 2012 Olympic Games.

He joins the agency on 1 May as an account manager, working across clients in transport, property and the public sector. Neylan will report to directors Robert Gordon Clark, Jonny Popper and Luke Blair.

Neylan previously spent two and a half years in the Local Government Information Unit's comms team and was a radio journalist for All Out Productions.

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