Cllr Green was elected to the council, representing Little Venice ward, in May 2018. After graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in French and Russian, he spent a number of years in diplomatic postings in Japan and Ukraine. He has also worked in the European Parliament in Brussels and for one of London's former MEPs. At present, he works as a communications consultant, specialising in public sector communications, especially related to employment policy and foreign affairs. He has lived in Westminster since 2013 and is currently a governor of the United Colleges Group, one of the largest providers of further education in London. He has previously held the post of Deputy Cabinet Member for Place Shaping and Planning and also served as the council's EU Residents' Champion.
Jace Tyrrell has been Chief Executive of New West End Company for five years, representing Europe’s largest retail & leisure destination. His brief covers 600 businesses in London’s West End, with a property portfolio of £3.5 billion and an annual turnover of £10 billion, anchored on Bond Street, Oxford Street, Regent Street & Mayfair.
Over the past few years his work has secured over £200m million in direct investment into the area, enhancing the physical and commercial environment to ensure London’s West End maintains its pre-eminence as a global shopping and leisure destination.
Jace’s current focus is on building a more sustainable district post COVID, championing initiatives to improve the area’s air quality and increase recycling, with the ultimate ambition of creating central London’s first Zero-Emissions Transport Zone.
Previously, Jace was Executive Director of the City and Westminster Property Associations, representing the commercial real estate industry in Central London with a combined portfolio of over £40 billion. Prior to this, Jace was a Director at New West End Company, helping it to win its status as a Business Improvement District (BIDs).
A London Business School alumnus, Jace also advises the Singaporean Government on Urban Regeneration and is a guest lecturer at Regent's University on corporate strategy and reputation management.