FIPRA in the United Kingdom


FIPRA’s UK partner, joined the FIPRA Network in 2018 and is well-placed to advise clients with their political and communications needs.

Lexington has built a team of world class professionals recruited from Government, Parliament and business. Whether you need to understand or shape the development of policy, engage with political decision makers, navigate complex regulatory challenges, handle crises, or manage the media environment, Lexington’s consultants have the expertise to make sure your messages reach the stakeholders who matter.

Based in London and Manchester, Lexington’s government relations capabilities extend beyond Westminster and Whitehall, to include the Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales, the Stormont Assembly, the English regions and an increasing number of statutory bodies. Lexington North, based in Manchester, was set up in 2009 to meet the needs of clients in the north of England – with a strong client base from the property and regeneration sector as well as in energy, transport and health.

Lexington works closely with FIPRA International’s offices in Brussels and London and with the FIPRA Network across the European Union to provide support for clients with an interest in the European Commission, European Parliament, EU Member States, and other EU institutions.

Together with FIPRA International’s London office, our advisory services in the UK include:

  • Brexit
  • Corporate Communications
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Culture & Media
  • Digital
  • Education & Skills
  • Financial Services
  • Healthcare
  • Issues & Crisis Management
  • London & City Hall
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Political Monitoring & Intelligence
  • Property & Planning
  • Pro bono

Lexington is a member of the UK Association of Professional Political Consultants (APPC).

Where to find us
Fipra in United Kingdom

The Connection, 198 High Holborn, London WC1V 7BD, United Kingdom

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