Tony Burton

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"Tony Burton works freelance on a wide variety of community and environmental projects. He founded Civic Voice - the national charity for civic societies - in 2010 and has previously worked as a Board Director for the Design Council, National Trust and Campaign to Protect Rural England. Tony has been Chair of Wildlife and Countryside Link and was a founder trustee of Heritage Link – the two main voluntary sector liaison bodies for the natural and historic environment – and was a member of Richard Rogers’ Urban Task Force. Tony is a geographer, town planner and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is a trustee of his local civic society in Mitcham, South London and secretary of Mole Valley Orienteering Club.

"Tony was awarded the CBE in the Jubilee Honours for services to planning, local government and community. "[1]

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  1. Big Lottery Fund Board, organizational web page, accessed May 10, 2013.