Queen’s Birthday Honours: London’s CBEs

22:44 14 June 2013

London’s CBEs (Commanders of the British Empire).

Order of the British Empire

CBE

Susan Penelope Akers, QPM, formerly deputy assistant commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing.

Terrie Elizabeth Alafat, director, Housing Growth and Affordable Housing, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Homeless People.

Christopher John Allison, MBE, national Olympic security co-ordinator for London 2012. For services to the security of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Professor Helen Apsimon, professor of Air Pollution Studies, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College, London. For services to Air Pollution Science.

Rowan Sebastian Atkinson, actor and comedian. For services to drama and charity.

The Honourable Michael John Attenborough, theatre director and producer. For services to the Theatre.

Claire Bloom, actress. For services to drama.

Dinah Elizabeth Caine, OBE, chief executive officer, Creative Skillset. For services to the Creative Industries.

Pamela Joy Chesters, formerly chair, Action for Children. For services to vulnerable children.

Caroline Louise Cooper, chief operating officer, Big Society Capital. For services to social investment.

Dr Jennifer Dixon, chief executive, Nuffield Trust, London. For services to public health.

John Drew, formerly chief executive, Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. For services to youth justice.

Gareth Evans, formerly deputy director, Public Finances and General Team, Treasury Solicitor’s Department. For services to financial stability.

Iain Richard Evans, chairman, LEK Consulting. For services to the review of defence acquisition and the consultancy industry.

Julian Wyatt Glover, actor. For services to drama.

Thomas Alexander Heatherwick, founder, Heatherwick Studio. For services to the design industry.

Dr Carol Homden, chief executive, Thomas Coram Foundation for Children. For services to children and families.

Dennis Vincent Hone, chief executive officer, Olympic Delivery Authority. For services to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Jonathan Peter Joures, director, Universal Credit Business Transformation, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the reform of workplace pensions and voluntary service to disadvantaged children.

Iain Benjamin King, stability advisor, Department for International Development. For services to governance in Libya, Afghanistan and Kosovo.

Charles Dorsey MacKay, chairman, Historic Royal Palaces. For services to heritage and conservation.

Paul Martin, Ministry of Defence. For services to defence.

Kathleen Denise McDonagh, director of IT Delivery, Shared Services Directorate, Home Office. For services to information technology.

Peter William Mead, co-founder, Abbott Mead Vickers. For services to the creative industries.

David Frederick Montague, group chief executive, London and Quadrant. For services to housing in London.

Dale Jane Murray, entrepreneur and business investor. For services to business.

Grayson Perry, ceramic artist. For services to contemporary art.

David John Pitchford, LVO, head of profession, Major Projects Authority. For services to government project management.

Jane Platt, chief executive, National Savings and Investments. For financial service to the UK.

Dr Leonard Selwyn Polonsky, philanthropist. For charitable services.

Joanna Mary Reid, deputy director, Department for International Development. For humanitarian service to Yemen.

Susan Lloyd-Roberts, MBE, journalist. For services to journalism.

Professor Anthony George Rudd, National Clinical director for Stroke, St Thomas’s Hospital, London. For services to stroke medicine.

Jeanette Siddall. For services to dance.

Professor James Ferguson Skea, OBE, professor of Sustainable Energy, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. For services to Sustainable Energy.

Nicholas Frederick Starr, executive director, National Theatre. For services to theatre.

Gailene Patricia Stock, director Royal Ballet School. For services to dance.

Oliver Henry James Stocken, chair of the trustees, Natural History Museum. For services to the arts.

John Edward Taylor, formerly chief executive officer, Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. For services to employment relations.

Jonathan Bruce Taylor, deputy director, Pandemic Influenza Programme and deputy director, Olympic and Paralympic Health Programme, London. For services to public health.

Dorothy Carrington Thompson, chief executive, Drax Group plc. For services to the UK electricity industry.

Anthony Tomei, formerly director, the Nuffield Foundation. For services to education.

Teresa Margaret Tunnadine, headteacher, the Compton School, London Borough of Barnet. For services to education.

William Winters, chief executive officer, Renshaw Bay. For services to the economy and UK Financial Services Industry.

Order of the British Empire

DBE

Janet Wolfson De Botton, CBE, philanthropist. For charitable services to the arts.

Professor Anne Mandall Johnson, professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, University College London. For services to the study of infectious diseases.

Professor Judith Anne Rees, CBE, formerly director, LSE and Political Science and director, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and Environment. For services to higher education.

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