Peter White

Peter is the Centre Manager at King’s Walk Gloucester and comes from a retail and leisure background.
Peter also sits on the Marketing Gloucester and Gloucester BID Boards as well as on the Chamber of Trade.

Jason Robinson

Jason Robinson is manager of Eastgate Shopping Centre with a long history in retail and operations management.
He previously worked at The Galleries Shopping Centre, Bristol, transferring to Gloucester at the time of the redevelopment of the City Centre and the construction of Cabot Circus.

Jennie Watkins

Jennie Watkins (formerly Dallimore) is Chief of Staff, MP Richard Grahams Office.

Jennie formed Nightsafe in 2012 and has been influential in the launch of the new Gloucester City Safe Ltd.

Jennie played a key role in bringing pedestrianisation in lower Eastgate Street on Friday and Saturday evenings, introducing Best Bar None and more recently Purple Flag Status.

Steve Lindsay

Steve Lindsay is the Manager of Gloucester City Safe, dealing with the day to day operation of the Business Crime Reduction Partnership and supporting scheme members.

Steve has over 26 years experience in dealing with crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Disorder. Steve has a wealth of knowledge and experience in reducing crime and disorder using innovative new approaches alongside tried and tested methods.

Justin Hudson

Justin Hudson is manager of Butlers Bar in Eastgate Street, one of the first to ban glasses and introduce incentives for designated drivers.

He is also the Chair of the Gloucester LVA and Deputy Chair of Nightsafe. Justin successfully campaigned for a gating order to block off Organs Alley, a spot notorious for anti-social behaviour, along with working to obtain the Best Bar Non scheme.

Chris Atine

Chris Atine is manager of Cafe Rene in Southgate Street. Chris has pushed for improved CCTV in Gloucester.

Chris has a long association with the City and is an active member in city affairs. He is an active member of the Licensed Victuallers Association and does a great deal of work around the Night Time Economy