Malcolm Young, chairman and chief executive of the Wilky Group, whose property portfolio includes Cams Hall, has been re-elected to join the CBI South East and Thames Valley Council, following voting among members. Malcolm will serve a three-year term from January 2019.
Recognised as the UK’s most effective and influential business organisation, the CBI provides a voice for firms at a regional, national and international level. Working with policymakers, the CBI deliver a healthy environment for businesses to succeed, create jobs and drive economic growth and prosperity through influence and insight.
With over 50-years’ experience of commercial property and its interface with economic development, Mr Young has completed over 80 projects and has several current projects across the region in his role as chairman and chief executive of the Wilky Group.
A Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Malcolm has a lifelong interest in revitalising communities through their built environment. This is reflected in his role as head judge for the regeneration category of its national awards. He is also a Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers.
Having previously served two terms on the CBI South East Regional Council, he is delighted to return to his position in 2019 at a time when the region’s importance to the economy is going to be crucial to the country.
Malcolm has also chaired the Enterprise M3’s Land & Property Group for three years and led the former Hampshire Economic Partnership’s Land & Property Task Group.
For more information about the Wilky Group visit www.wilky.co.uk