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Lord Mendoza appointed chair of Historic England

Historic England has announced the appointment of Conservative peer Lord Neil Mendoza as its new chair.






Historic England has announced the appointment of Conservative peer Lord Neil Mendoza as its new chair.

Mendoza currently serves as provost of Oxford University’s Oriel College and chairs the UK government’s Culture and Heritage Capital board, which was created in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

From 2016 to 2019, Mendoza was commissioner of Historic England. He also previously served as chair of the Landmark Trust, chair of Children and Arts and vice-chair of London’s Soho Theatre.

His appointment was announced by UK culture secretary Lucy Frazer.

“From my time as a commissioner, I know and value the deep expertise of Historic England staff – from marine archaeology to the city skyline. We all know the power of heritage and its role in making a difference to people’s lives, creating vibrant and flourishing places,” he said.

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Lord Mendoza appointed chair of Historic England

Historic England has announced the appointment of Conservative peer Lord Neil Mendoza as its new chair.






Historic England has announced the appointment of Conservative peer Lord Neil Mendoza as its new chair.

Mendoza currently serves as provost of Oxford University’s Oriel College and chairs the UK government’s Culture and Heritage Capital board, which was created in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

From 2016 to 2019, Mendoza was commissioner of Historic England. He also previously served as chair of the Landmark Trust, chair of Children and Arts and vice-chair of London’s Soho Theatre.

His appointment was announced by UK culture secretary Lucy Frazer.

“From my time as a commissioner, I know and value the deep expertise of Historic England staff – from marine archaeology to the city skyline. We all know the power of heritage and its role in making a difference to people’s lives, creating vibrant and flourishing places,” he said.

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