The Team

We employ those with political backgrounds who understand what makes communities tick.

It is our team’s political experience which enables us to build constructive relationships and to deliver successful project outcomes.

In the past few years the SP Broadway team have been responsible for providing political and community engagement advice helping secure consents and allocations for more than 19,000 homes, with a range of other successful schemes covering more than 1,000,000ft² of employment space, mineral extraction, educational facilities, and a cultural centre.

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David McFarlane MBE
Director
Director of SP Broadway, David combines his decades of business experience and political service in the Conservative Party to provide unique insights into localism, the politics of planning, and community and media relations.
Steve Norris
Special Political Counsel
Former Conservative MP and London Mayoral candidate, Steve chairs SP Broadway's Political Advisory Board, making his combination of political and business analysis available to clients.
James Williamson
Account Director
James has a background with the Liberal Democrats and has secured consents for clients in Lincolnshire, Essex and Devon.
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Adam Robinson
Senior Researcher
Adam is SP Broadway’s in-house researcher, providing the detailed political intelligence and insight that inform our engagement work.
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Dan Bleach
Account Manager
Dan is a Labour activist working across London and southern England, helping to build better relationships between clients and communities.
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Nick Calotier
Account Executive
Nick has a background with the Conservatives, and supports the team with political research and community insight.
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Hugh Currie
Account Executive
Hugh joined SP Broadway from political campaign group Hacked Off, and specialises in the organisation and management of public exhibitions.
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Sam Wyatt
Account Executive
Sam has experience of working for a political engagement charity, and supports the team on project work.
Case Studies
1,800 new homes
Waverley Borough Council
2,204 new homes
Malvern Hills District Council, Wychavon District Council, Worcester City Council
65 new homes
Royal Borough of Greenwich
35 new homes
Braintree District Council
New Garden Suburb
Ipswich Borough Council
165 new homes
Wyre Borough Council
New food store
Shropshire Council
Elderly accommodation
Stockport Borough Council
Mixed-use redevelopment
Vale of White Horse District Council
130 homes
Runnymede Borough Council
Politics of Planning
Labour launches Green Paper – ‘Housing for the Many’
Waverley Borough Council reacts to three Local Plan challenges
1,800 new homes in Waverley Borough consented by the Secretary of State
Events
Cllr James Swindlehurst
June 05, 2018
Cllr Georgia Gould
April 25, 2018