Member Profile - Councillor Peter Moyle
Rushmoor Borough Council
Peter Moyle had a long and successful career in the private sector as an advertising and marketing professional and was Account Director of a leading London advertising agency. He was for many years the sole proprietor of a marketing consultancy with many key private sector clients.
He was first elected to Rushmoor Borough Council on 3 May, 1990, as the ward member for St. Johns, Farnborough. During his early period of office, Peter served on a wide range of council committees and was Chairman of the Housing Committee and Economic Development Committee. He became the Council’s Deputy Mayor in 1997/98 and Mayor of the Borough in 1998/99.
With the introduction of new decision-making arrangements at the Council, Peter was appointed as the Council’s first Deputy Leader in 2001 and, following four years service, was made Leader of the Council in 2005. In this role, Peter has responsibility for the overall political direction of the Council with specific responsibility for economic development and regeneration, strategic partnerships and projects. He is currently the Chairman of the Rushmoor Local Strategic Partnership.
At regional level, he recently completed two years as Chairman of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Government Association and was Chairman of the Hampshire Improvement Board. Currently he is a member of the Hampshire Senate and a member of the shadow Hampshire Health and Well Being Board.