Mark Reeve

at Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP


Mark Reeve has been Chairman of the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP) since 1st August 2013.

He is also Chairman of both Chalcroft Holdings Ltd, a construction company specialising in the industrial and commercial sector, and the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative Programme Board, as well as a member of the Institute of Directors.

Chalcroft’s projects range in value from £100k to £20m: clients include household names in the food, pharmaceutical and logistics industries. Mark heads a team of Owner/Directors and the company has grown rapidly since a management buyout in 2007. He regards a collaborative approach with all stakeholders as key to success, along with established values and clear objectives.

Having left school at 15 to become a carpenter’s apprentice and progressed ’hands-on’ through the industry, Mark has invaluable knowledge and experience in a wide range of disciplines and provides support and advice to clients and his own team.

A keen golfer, Mark enjoys taking on the challenge of different courses when he is not working or renovating his family home.

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