The Company currently has four Directors. The Directors all live in Wandsworth and have a range of skills and experiences.
The directors are all members of Battersea Power Station Community Group, a local campaign started in 1983 to see that Battersea Power Station is preserved and that local people benefit from the redevelopment there. The Company is however entirely separate from the Community Group.
The Directors hope that as the Company grows, more people will join the board to reflect the diversity of interest groups in the area who will be involved in and benefit from the redevelopment.
The Directors of the Battersea Power Station Company Ltd
Brian Barnes MBE
Brian Barnes is an artist, mural painter and printmaker, based in Battersea since 1967. He trained in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art.
Brian has worked as a full time Community Artist creating work with local people for over 30 years including 22 murals in south London
He was awarded the Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to the community in Battersea in 2005.
Ernest Rodker is a furniture maker and craftsperson. Ernest is also a long-standing campaigner on environmental, social and humanitarian issues. He has been concerned about over-development of riverfront sites for many years.
Keith Garner is an architect based in Battersea, working on the conservation of historic buildings. Keith carried out research about Battersea Power Station at York University. In recent years Keith has been a consultant to the National Trust, Kew Gardens and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Angela Parkinson is an art & design technician at a high school in Wimbledon. She is also a photographer and painter, with a special interest in the Thames. Angela is also interested in preserving the industrial heritage of London and protecting the Thames riverside from over-development.