Dear Kim and Paul,
We are delighted to invite Maddox Design Architectural Design Consultancy to appear as one of our experts in The Parliamentary Review 2018, showcasing your best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector. The main aims of the Review are to demonstrate how organisations/individuals have become outstanding leaders in their field and how they have responded to challenges within the industry, sharing best practice as a template for reform.
This year saw Theresa May, Philip Hammond, Greg Clark and numerous other Cabinet and senior ministers participate in the Review along with leading officials from a variety of different industries.
Alongside the pieces from the selected representatives and leading political figures, the 2018 Review will contain impartial summaries of the year in British industry and Westminster.Across all its policy sectors, The Review will be sent out to over half a million leading policymakers including MPs, Peers at the House of Lords, Chief Executives, Vice Presidents, Chief Information Officers and leading figures across the country within construction, property and architecture. The majority of the distribution is specifically tailored around the representatives we have involved. We also give you 200 copies of the document, which you can use internally or distribute as you wish.Former Cabinet Minister, The Rt Hon David Curry, will work with you on the 1000-word submission, ensuring it adheres to our guidelines. David is also the former World Trade Editor of the Financial Times. We would expect the final draft to be completed by June 2018 at the latest, with the Review released in the Autumn. The 30-minute telephone appointment with either David or another of our editors will take place at a time of your convenience. This can be delegated to a member of staff if preferred. We can also arrange for one of our in-house journalists to write the piece on your behalf.You will also receive two invitations to the 2018 House of Commons Gala, hosted by our Chairman Sir Eric Pickles, where you will get the chance to meet leading executives from a range of industries as well as senior politicians from Westminster’s past and present. In 2017, notable figures from politics, sport and entertainment attended, including Nick Clegg, Frank Lampard, Michael Gove and Jeremy Vine.David Cameron, George Osborne and Philip Hammond have all contributed to the Review over the last few years, along with many of the nation’s most established business leaders and most talented entrepreneurs. I feel you would make a superb contribution for 2018.
Pleasure speaking to you earlier Kim and I look forward to hearing from you on this.