Jeremy is elected as a Parliamentary Review Member
Jeremy is elected as a Parliamentary Review Member.
Jeremy Phillips, who is managing director of Clearway Doors
& Windows in Cheltenham, has been elected as a member constitute for the
The Parliamentary Review is an annual publication which highlights best practice from organisations across the UK, whether it’s local businesses, SMEs or large multinationals. Membership is offered to those who have played a key role in previous Parliamentary Review publications and to those who have a great deal to contribute to public discourse. Members of The Parliamentary Review (MPRs) have a unique platform to discuss current and proposed legislation going through Parliament. There are MPRs from across the country, from a variety of professional backgrounds and with a range of political opinions. What unites them is a commitment to uphold best practice in professional dealings and a desire to contribute to the public policy arena through intelligent discussion. The Parliamentary Review is an established Google News source and as such, its journalistic output is highly regarded and frequently cited. “I’m honoured to have been elected to Parliamentary Review membership, and am very much looking forward to contributing to the national debate,” said Jeremy. “Collaboration between policymakers, industry leaders and professionals is of the utmost national importance. This is truer today than it has been for quite some time.” Cheltenham-based Clearway Doors & Windows, was featured in last year’s edition of the Parliamentary Review. Jeremy Phillips, was interviewed about the history of the company, and its expansion into the high-end domestic door and window market.
Clearway is a member of the East Manor Group. Its sister companies are Gloucester based CDW Systems and Designex Cabinets (who sponsor Tewkesbury Junior Darts Academy) - a specialist designer and manufacturer of display units