Kulveer Ranger - Edie Awards 2011 Judging


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Kulveer Ranger is the Director of Environment and Digital London for the London Mayor's Office. His responsibilities include leading the development of the Mayor's six statutory environmental strategies and other discretionary environmental policies to improve London's environment. He has also worked on transport policy and was the lead delivery manager for the Oyster card project for London. He has advised the Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Alan Duncan MP, and he was also Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party with responsibility for Cities. Kulveer has replaced Isabel Dedring, who is unable to judge the awards this year due to other commitments.

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