Pat Brown



Patricia Brown runs her own consultancy Central. Her advisory and non-executive work spans disciplines, sectors and geographies.

The common thread is connecting: ideas, issues, places, people and ambition, focused mainly on achieving positive change and better experiences for people. She chairs London Festival of Architecture, is Deputy Chair of British Property Federation’s Development Committee, and until May was Deputy Chair of the Mayor’s Design Advisory Group. She sits on National Trust and Great Western Railway’s advisory boards. She works in New York, including as adviser to Times Square Alliance and Columbia’s Center for Urban Real Estate. 

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