Paul Sedgwick | The Crown Estate

Paul Sedgwick

Deputy Ranger, Windsor Great Park

Paul was appointed Deputy Ranger of the Windsor estate in August 2014.

Paul manages a team of around 200 covering activities such as property management, tourism, horticulture, marketing, grounds maintenance and forestry. He reports to the Ranger of the Great Park, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and also to Ken Jones, Director of Rural and Coastal portfolio.

As Deputy Ranger, Paul sits on a number of committees including being a governor of the Royal School, a committee member of the Royal Chapel Committee, The York Club, the Royal Windsor Horse Show, Windsor Park Equestrian Club and the Royal Forest Agricultural Association.

He is a qualified chartered surveyor and was previously a partner with Strutt and Parker. He has managed the Duke of Wellington’s Stratfield Saye estate and Lord Iliffe’s estate at Yattendon. During Paul’s tenure Yattendon won the highly prestigious RASE’s Bledisloe gold medal for a range of successful diversification projects and a commitment to improving the rural environment.

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