The following have been recognised by the Queen for services to the built environment

CB (Order of the Bath)

  • Professor Brian Stanley Collins. Chief Scientific Adviser at Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Nigel Watkin Roberts Smith Formerly chief executive, Office of Government Commerce, Cabinet Office

CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire)

  • Keith Clarke. Chief executive Officer, WS Atkins, for services to engineering and construction
  • Bill Bolsover Chairman, Aggregate Industries, for services to construction
  • Peter Head Director at Arup, for services to civil engineering and the environment
  • Edward Jones Partner at Dixon Jones, for services to Architecture
  • Robert Napier Chairman at Homes and Communities Agency and the Met Office, for public service
  • Ms Katrine Sporle Chief executive, Planning Inspectorate, Department for Communities and Local Government
  • Professor Nicholas Tyler Head of department and Chadwick Professor of Civil Engineering, University College London, for services to technology.

OBE (Order of the British Empire)

  • Mrs Caroline Burden Formerly head of planning, government office for the North East, Department for Communities and Local Government
  • Mrs Elizabeth Audrey Cartwright. chair, regional housing board, Hampshire Alliance for Rural Affordable Housing. For services to local government. (Hampshire)
  • Ms Orla Corr Director at McAvoy Group, for services to the building industry
  • Jean Dent, formerly director of city development, Leeds City Council for services to local government
  • John Edward Havard Head of Gas Policy, Energy Markets and Infrastructure Group, Department of Energy and Climate Change
  • Trevor George Hursthouse. Chair of Specialist Engineering Contractors’ Group, for services to construction
  • Lynne Sullivan, for services to architecture
  • Ken Wild. For services to financial reporting

MBE (Member of the British Empire)

  • Jaswinder Bains Chief executive, Ashram Housing Association, for services to Social Housing and to Community Cohesion in the West Midlands.
  • Michael Mark Chrimes. Head librarian, Institution of Civil Engineers, for services to engineering
  • Patricia Fordham Chair of Phoenix Community Housing, for services to the community in the London Borough of Lewisham
  • Tony Hardiman National Insulation Association chair, for services to the Energy Industry
  • John Murphy. For services to Health and Safety in construction
  • Rupert Tyson Chairman of the Hackney Homes Board, for services to the housing sector in the London Borough of Hackney.
  • Professor Ian Douglas Walsh. For services to highway engineering.
  • Chelliah Yogamoorthy. Lead quantity surveyor, highways agency, Department for Transport.

MVO (Member of the Royal Victorian Order)

  • Martin Ashley Partner at Martin Ashley architects specialising in historic buildings, for services to architect.