Richard Lambert

Chief Executive Officer

Richard Lambert joined the National Landlords Association as its first Chief Executive Officer in October 2011. He began his career as a parliamentary civil servant in the House of Commons, where for more than ten years he worked on Select Committees, various aspects of the legislative process and interparliamentary affairs. Following a brief spell in commercial lobbying, he moved into trade associations, spending five years as Policy Director covering residential issues at the British Property Federation, then becoming Chief Executive of the British Woodworking Federation in 2002. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a former Chairman of the National Training Organisation, Housing Potential.