Honours List: Order of the British Empire, CBE

James Christopher Armfield, OBE. For services to the community in Lancashire. (Blackpool, Lancashire)



Charles David Ogilvy Barrie. Formerly director, Art Fund. For services to the Visual Arts. (London, W6)



Parmajit Paul Singh Bassi, DL. Chairman, Bond Wolfe. For services to Business and to the community in the West Midlands. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)



William Robert Baxter. Deputy chief executive, BaxterStorey. For services to the Catering Industry. (Buckinghamshire)



Ms Ann Beasley. Director of Finance and Performance, National Offender Management Service, Ministry of Justice. (New Malden, Surrey)



Edward Farquharson Bowen. Sheriff Principal of Lothian and Borders. For services to the Administration of Justice in Scotland. (Lundie, Angus)



Councillor Peter Box. Leader, Wakefield Metropolitan District Council and chairman, Yorkshire and Humber Assembly. For services to Local Government. (Castleford, West Yorkshire)



Professor Donal Donat Conor Bradley, FRS. Lee-Lucas Professor of Experimental Physics and Deputy Principal, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Imperial College London. For services to Science. (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)



Professor Alice Brown. Formerly Scottish Public Services Ombudsman. For public service. (Edinburgh)



Ms Natalie Anna Ceeney. Chief executive, National Archives, Ministry of Justice. (London, NW5)



Mrs Lauran Margaret Chatburn. Principal and chief executive, Bury College. For services to Further Education. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)



Professor David Martin Chiddick. Formerly vice-Chancellor, University of Lincoln. For services to local and national Higher Education. (Leicestershire)



Lawrence Churchill. Chairman, Pension Protection Fund. For public service. (Bath, Somerset)



Robert Brodie Clark. Head of Border Force, UK Border Agency, Home Office. (Bedford, Bedfordshire)



Barry Michael Cockcroft. Chief Dental Officer, Department of Health. (Rugby, Warwickshire)



Christopher Cohen. Formerly chairman, Athletics Sports Assembly Executive Committee, International Paralympic Committee. For services to Sport. (Alfreton, Derbyshire)



Ms Sarah Patricia Connolly. Opera Singer. For services to Classical Music. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)



Rodney Cousens. Chief executive Officer, Codemasters. For services to the Computer Games Industry. (Godalming, Surrey)



Dr Michael John Cresswell. Director-General, Assessment and Qualifications Alliance. For services to Education. (Woking, Surrey)



Professor Ian Richard Crute. Formerly director, Rothamsted Research. For services to Plant Science. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)



His Honour Judge Keith Charles Cutler. Circuit Judge. For services to the Adminstration of Justice. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)



Dr George Daniels, MBE. Master Watchmaker. For services to Horology. (Ramsey, Isle of Man)



Professor Janet Howard Darbyshire, OBE. Director, Clinical Trials Unit, Medical Research Council. For services to Clinical Science. (London, SE1)



Ms Helen Anne Dent. Chief executive, Family Action. For services to Children and Families. (London, N1)



Graham Thomas Devlin. For services to the Arts. (London, WC1H)



Professor Carol Dezateux. Professor of Paediatric Epidemiology, UCL Institute of Child Health. For services to Science. (London, N2)



Mrs Mary Elizabeth Dodd. Formerly consultant Physiotherapist, Cystic Fibrosis, South Manchester University Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Healthcare. (Altrincham, Greater Manchester)



Peter Donohoe. Pianist. For services to Classical Music. (Solihull, West Midlands)



Mrs Trudi Margaret Elliott. Regional director, Government Office for the West Midlands, Department for Communities and Local Government. (Bewdley, Worcestershire)



Mrs Margaret Fay, OBE. For services to the Regional Development Agency, One North East. (South Shields, Tyne and Wear)



George Ferguson. For services to Architecture and to the community in the South West. (Bristol)



Professor Stephen John Field. Head of Workforce and Regional Postgraduate Dean, NHS West Midlands and chairman of College Council, Royal College of General Practitioners. For services to Medicine. (Birmingham, West Midlands)



Christopher Mark Fisher. Director, Jobseekers and Skills, Employment Group, Department for Work and Pensions. (Holmfirth, West Yorkshire)



Professor Alastair Hugh Fitter, FRS. Pro-vice-Chancellor for Research, University of York. For services to Environmental Science. (York, North Yorkshire)



Brian Roy Fleet, MBE. Senior Airbus UK vice-president. For services to the Aerospace Industry. (Birkenhead, Wirral)



His Honour Judge David Robert Fletcher. Circuit Judge. For services to the Administration of Justice in Merseyside. (Staffordshire)



Winston Fletcher. Formerly chairman, Advertising Standards Board of Finance. For services to the Creative Industries. (London, SW7)



Neil Raymond Flint. Deputy director, New Academies Division, Department for Children, Schools and Families. (Wokingham, Berkshire)



Ms Helen Fraser. Formerly managing director, Penguin UK. For services to the Publishing Industry. (London, W14)



Professor John Fyfe. For services to Partnership Working and to Regeneration Worldwide, particularly in West Cumbria. (Witley, Surrey)



David Goldstone. For public service. (Langland, Swansea)



Anthony Simonds-Gooding. Chairman, D&AD. For services to the Creative Industries. (London, SW6)



Professor Sean Patrick Gorman. Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences and Professor of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Queen's University Belfast. For services to Healthcare. (Downpatrick, Down)



Lucian Charles Grainge. Chairman and chief executive Officer, Universal Music Group International. For services to the Creative Industries. (London, SW14)



Robert Douglas Greig. Chief executive, National Development Team for Inclusion. For services to People with Special Needs. (Bath, Somerset)



Mrs Bethan Haulwen Guilfoyle. Headteacher, Treorchy Comprehensive School. For services to Education in Wales. (Pontyclun, Rhondda Cynon Taff)



Ms Maggi Hambling, OBE. Painter and Sculptor. For services to Art. (London, SW4)



Ian Hardie. Deputy director, Corporation Tax and VAT, Business Tax, HM Revenue and Customs. (Essex)



Dr Christopher Charles Harling. Director, NHS Plus. For services to Occupational Health. (nr Kingsbridge, Devon)



Martin Harman. For services to International Trade and to the Legal Profession. (Bath, Somerset)



Dr Colin Robert Harrison. Chairman, Chemistry Innovation Knowledge Transfer Network. For services to Technology. (Ripon, North Yorkshire)



Ms Emma Harrison. Chair, A4e. For services to Unemployed People and to the Voluntary Sector. (Derbyshire)



Mrs Frances Hartley. Formerly Headteacher, Deans Primary School, Salford. For services to Education. (Salford, Greater Manchester)



Mrs Sally Lorinda Hobbs. HM Deputy chief inspector, Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate. (York, North Yorkshire)



Peter Michael Holland, QFSM. Chief Fire Officer, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Local Government. (Preston, Lancashire)



Timothy Stancliffe Hollis, QPM. Chief Constable, Humberside Police. For services to the Police. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)



Mrs Helen Jackson. For services to the Women and Pensions Network and to the community in South Yorkshire. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)



Dyfrig Dafydd Joseff John. Formerly Deputy chairman and chief executive, HSBC Bank. For services to the Financial Services Industry. (Farnham, Surrey)



Ms Penny Johnson. Director, Government Art Collection, Department for Culture, Media and Sport. (London, SW1V)



Mrs Julie Jones, OBE. Chief executive, Social Care Institute for Excellence. For services to Local Government. (London, N3)



Robert Jones. Formerly chairman, Association of Police Authorities. For services to the Police. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)



Professor Peter Graham Edward Kennedy. Burton Professor of Neurology, University of Glasgow. For services to Clinical Science. (Glasgow)



Mrs Lowri Alice Khan. Team Leader, Intervention, Strategy and Markets Team, HM Treasury. (London, N5)



Paul Leighton, QPM. Formerly Deputy chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to the Police. (Belfast)



Lady Rosa Lipworth. For charitable services. (London, NW8)



Ms Phyllida Lloyd. Theatre director. For services to Drama. (London, N1)



James Loughran. Conductor. For services to Classical Music. (Glasgow)



David Clifford Loughton. Chief executive, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Healthcare. (Warwickshire)



Ian David Luder. Formerly Lord Mayor of the City of London. For public service. (London, ECY)



Mrs Mary Elizabeth Madden. For public service. (Belfast)



Professor Robert James Mair, FRS. Master of Jesus College and Professor of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Cambridge. For services to Engineering. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)



Hew Mathewson. President, General Dental Council. For services to Healthcare. (Edinburgh)



Professor Denise Angela McAlister. Pro-vice-Chancellor, Teaching and Learning, University of Ulster. For services to Higher Education in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey, Antrim)



William David McWilliam. Superintendent, Merseyside Police. For services to the Police and to Young People. (Wallasey, Merseyside)



David Leonard Moore. Formerly Her Majesty's Inspector of Education and assistant divisional manager, Ofsted. (Preston, Lancashire)



Mrs Candy Morris. Chief executive, NHS South East Coast Strategic Health Authority. For services to Healthcare. (Horsham, West Sussex)



Mrs Diana Lesley Morrison. Headteacher, St. Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls, Lambeth, London. For services to local and national Education. (London, SE25)



Stephen Thurston Munby. Chief executive, National College for Leadership of Schools and Children's Services. For services to Education. (Didsbury, Greater Manchester)



Professor Adrian Charles Newland. Professor of Haematology and director, Pathology Clinical Academic Unit, Barts and the London NHS Trust. For services to Medicine. (London, NW1)



Dr William Gerard O'Hare. Chairman, University of Ulster Foundation. For services to Higher Education and to Regeneration in Northern Ireland. (Newry, Down)



David Malcolm Orr. Director Corporate Services, Department of Finance and Personnel, Northern Ireland Executive. (Newtownabbey, Antrim)



John Scott Perry. Chief executive, Scottish Enterprise. For services to Business. (Newton Mearns, Glasgow)



Dr David Price. Chief executive, Chemring Group plc. For services to the Defence Industry. (Basingstoke, Hampshire)



Ms Imelda Redmond. Chief executive, Carers UK. For services to Disadvantaged People. (London, E5)



Dr Sian Eluned Rees. Inspector of Ancient Monuments, Cadw, Welsh Assembly Government. (Raglan, Monmouthshire)



Ms Caroline Mary Rookes. Director, Planning for Retirement and Older People, Department for Work and Pensions. (London, W5)



Ms Tessa Sarah (Mrs Ross) Scantlebury. Controller of Film and Drama, Channel 4. For services to Broadcasting. (London, NW1)



Alastair Eric Hotson Salvesen. For services to the Arts and to Charity in Scotland. (Pathhead, Midlothian)



Graham Edward Sheffield. Artistic director, Barbican Centre, London. For services to the Arts. (London, ECY)



Adrian Shooter. Chairman, Chiltern Railway Company Ltd. For services to the Rail Industry. (Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire)



Mrs Ruth Sims, OBE. For voluntary service to Palliative Care in Uganda. (Southend-on-Sea, Essex)



John Brian Sinnott. Chief executive, Leicestershire County Council. For services to Local Government. (Leicester, Leicestershire)



Professor Christopher John Skinner, FBA. Professor, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, University of Southampton. For services to Social Science. (Southampton, Hampshire)



Paul Spencer. Formerly chairman, National Savings and Investments. For services to the Financial Services Industry. (London, SW1W)



Mrs Janice Stevens. National director, Healthcare Associated Infections Programme, Department of Health. For services to Nursing. (Redditch, Worcestershire)



Professor William James Swindall, OBE. Consulting director, QUILL Centre, Queen's University Belfast. For services to Environmental Science. (Lisburn, Antrim)



Ms Kathleen Thomas. Principal, Oldham College, Manchester. For services to Further Education. (Richmond, North Yorkshire)



Ms Margaret Maud Tyzack, OBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London, SE3)



Professor Karen Vousden, FRS, FRSE. Director, Beatson Institute for Cancer Research. For services to Clinical Science. (Glasgow)



Ms Susan Toni Wardell. Director, Middle East, Caribbean, Asia (East, Central) and British Overseas Territories, Department for International Development. (London, SW15)



John David Whittaker. Deputy director, Employment Policy, Cabinet Office. (Carshalton Beeches, Surrey)



Ms Vanessa Wiseman. Formerly Headteacher, Langdon School and Sports College, Newham, London. For services to Education. (Enfield, Middlesex)



John Briscoe Wright. For services to the Federation of Small Businesses. (Guisborough, North Yorkshire)



Professor Michael Wright, DL. Vice-Chancellor, Canterbury Christ Church University. For services to Higher Education and to the community in Kent. (Sandwich, Kent)

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