Feature News — 12 January 2018

Stephen Roberts. Images courtesy of Paul Thomas Photographic Ltd

Sutton Coldfield Town Centre BID has announced that Stephen Roberts, founding director at Robson Lister Wealth Management, has been appointed as chairman of the town centre’s Business Improvement District (BID).

Stephen, previously one of the BID’s board directors, has taken over from John Cutler, chief executive at Inspired Business Vision & Chairman of George John Funeral Directors, who had held the role since January 2016.

Founding director at Robson Lister Wealth Management, Stephen Roberts has over thirty years’ experience advising companies and individuals on many aspects of their financial planning and has been part of the BID team for the past eight years.

John Cutler moves on from his role as Chairman following six years as part of the BID team. Since his appointment, John has worked tirelessly to help the BID improve the business environment and experience of visitors to the town centre.

Angela Henderson, centre manager at The Gracechurch Centre steps up to the role of BID Vice Chairman, with more than 20 years’ experience working in a retail environment.

Angela came to the town centre in summer 2016 to take up her post at The Gracechurch Centre and joined the BID team shortly afterwards.

Mike Bushell, Sutton Coldfield Town Centre BID manager, said: “We’re looking forward to working ever closer with Stephen and Angela over the coming months.

“Their commitment to their roles to date has been praised by the board and we have every confidence the BID will go from strength to strength with them at the helm”

“We’d also like to extend a big thank you to John Cutler for his continued commitment to the role over the past year. His hard work and dedication to the chairman role is gratefully appreciated and we thank him greatly for everything he has done in supporting the work of the BID.”



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