Writing for the influential publication Health Service Journal, Chris Whitehouse establishes the continuing important of PPS for NHS estate investment.
Councillor Chris Whitehouse MA KCSG is Chairman of London's leading political consultancy The Whitehouse Consultancy, a Member of and Cabinet Secretary to the Isle of Wight County Council, Chairman of the Urology Trade Association, Director of Strategy for The European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance, Chairman of the LIFT Council, and served as an advisor to the British Olympic Association helping bring the 2012 Games to London.
He is Founder and Director of the UK's leading policy conference organisation, Westminster Forum Projects.
He serves as Secretary to the Catholic Legislators' Network in the Palace of Westminster and as a Trustee of the Right To Life Charitable Trust. In 2003 he was awarded a Knighthood of Saint Gregory by His Holiness Pope John Paul II for his service to the Catholic Church in public life. In 2016, His Holiness Pope Francis I promoted Chris to the rank of Knight Commander of Saint Gregory for his further service to the Church and, in particular, his work for the Catholic Legislators' Network. He was recently awarded, with merit, an MA in Contemporary Ethics by London's specialist philosophy institution, Heythrop College.
Chris is married with four children and four grandchildren.
He is qualified as a PADI Rescue Diver, enjoys swimming, cooking and cinema-going.
Keep in touch with Chris:
m: +44 (0)7429 463384
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