A political consultancy focused on the built environment
We truly understand politics, local communities and our clients. We appreciate that the best results can only ever be secured in a trusting partnership between all parties involved.
Eversleigh represents organisations from across the housing, education, sports and not for profit sectors. Together, we have helped deliver tangible benefits for the communities in which we have worked.
At Eversleigh we do things differently.
More than just a Communications Agency.
In the community.
Eversleigh takes its commitment to community seriously and has supported numerous charities across London and the UK.
Jason Roberts Foundation
The Jason Roberts Foundation boasts more than a decade of success, a permanent community hub, and a global network of partners united in empowering communities through grassroots health, education, and inclusion projects.
We are delighted to assist our near neighbours Caius House as they continue to work with young people in Wandsworth to help fulfil their potential. Caius House provides a safe place to go where local young people can try new things, develop talent further and have fun. More information on Caius House can be found on their website.
Similarly, we are proud to work with LandAid. LandAid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. Working with charity partners across the UK, LandAid awards life-changing grants to renovate existing or build new, suitable, safe and affordable accommodation for young people experiencing homelessness. You can learn more about LandAid’s excellent initiatives on their website.
Head of Operations
Jane Nkune joins Eversleigh as Head of Operations, bringing a wealth of experience from across many industries including PR, News, Sports and Music.
With over 10 years experience within business administration, operations and event management, Jane leads on Eversleigh’s busy event schedule, both in-person and virtual, and all operational functions.
Jane has worked with previous employers such as organisations like the Bell Pottinger, BBC, the Football Association and UEFA.
Lord Wharton joined Eversleigh as a Senior Adviser in June 2021. James has a unique insight into the government and managed Boris Johnson’s campaign to become Leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister.
Under Prime Minister David Cameron, James served as the Minister for Local Growth and the Northern Powerhouse in the Department for Communities and Local Government from 2015 to 2016. Here, he took the Cities and Local Government Devolution Act through Parliament and coordinated the government’s local growth, Local Enterprise Partnerships and Enterprise Zones programmes. During this period, James also oversaw onshore minerals and renewables planning and flooding recovery for the department.
In 2016, Prime Minister Theresa May moved James to be Minister for Africa at the Department for International Development. Here, he oversaw the government’s £5 billion aid programme in Africa and had responsibility for global funds.
Sir Merrick Cockell
Sir Merrick joined Eversleigh as a Senior Adviser in June 2021. He brings a wealth of experience to our advisory board and is unrivalled in his understanding of local government.
Sir Merrick was appointed the first Chairman of the UK Municipal Bonds Agency in early 2015 having pioneered the case for greater local government fiscal autonomy. From 2010 he served on the Board of the London Pensions Fund Authority and was Chairman 2015–2019. He was key to the creation of the £18+bn LPP pool with Lancashire and Berkshire pension funds and GLIL infrastructure fund.
A councillor from 1986 until 2015, Sir Merrick served as Leader of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea 2000-2013. He was Chairman of London Councils from 2006 until 2010, leading local government in London and chaired the Local Government Association from 2011-2014. He was also an Audit Commissioner, sitting on the Audit Commission Board 2009-2011.
Ben consults and guides on all of Eversleigh’s digital offerings.
Ben started out as an Interactive Designer for a small digital agency in London’s booming tech scene and learnt from some of the best designers, artists, animators and programmers.
He progressed to become a Digital Creative Director for EY leading multi-disciplined teams on large-scale creative projects. This experience, coupled with his love for all things digital and creative, as well as a degree in civil engineering, make him perfectly placed to help drive Eversleigh’s digital offering.
Get in touch by phone or email or visit our office at Battersea’s Plantation Wharf.