The Space Growth Partnership (SGP) Board comprises senior representatives of organisations critical to delivering UK Space initiatives and programmes.

The SGP Board is overseen and directed by the Space Sector Council, which is co-chaired by the Government Minister and President of UKSpace, the trade association for the Space sector. The following people are members of the SGP Board:

Harshbir Sangha

Harshbir Sangha

Director, Growth, UK Space Agency

Stuart Martin – CEO

Stuart Martin

CEO, Satellite Applications Catapult

Air Commodore Jules Ball OBE

Air Commodore Jules Ball OBE

Head Space Capability, Space Directorate

Professor John Remedios

Professor John Remedios

Director of the National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO); University of Leicester

Graham Peters

Graham Peters

Chair, SGP Board; Managing Director, Arqit Government Services

Nick Shave

Nick Shave

Chair, UKspace; Director of Inmarsat's Global Government business unit

Stuart Hatch

Head of Aerospace & Space | Technology & Advanced Manufacturing, Department for International Trade (DIT)

Chris Mutlow

Professor Chris Mutlow

Director, STFC RAL Space

Bob Waters

Head of Industrial Strategy, UK Space Agency

Doug Liddle

Doug Liddle

CEO, In-Space Missions Ltd; SME Rep

Joanne Wheeler

Joanne Wheeler

Managing Partner, Alden Legal; Chair, Satellite Finance Network

Andrew Holland

Director OU & Space Academic Network

The SGP, overseen by the Space Sector Council, provides a clear and accountable governance structure which ensures all aspects of the sector are represented and play an active role in the delivery of the Space sector’s strategy for growth.

The industry is at a critical stage of development as we are on the cusp of an industrial revolution in Space. Not only are satellites becoming exponentially more capable every month, but the new technologies for Space launch are finally upon us, so the UK has the opportunity to become a powerhouse for both global manufacturing and Space launch from the new Space ports in the UK.

Will Whitehorn
Will Whitehorn, President UKspace