New Year Honours 2015 in full
Paul Edward Grice. Clerk and chief executive Scottish Parliament. For services to the Scottish Parliament and voluntary service to Higher Education and the community in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER
Alexander Matheson, OBE. Lord-Lieutenant of the Western Isles.
Mrs Jean Douglas Tulloch. Lord-Lieutenant of Dumfries.
ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL
Peter John Gillan. Visitor Services assistant Balmoral Castle.
Clive John Lockyer. Senior Gardener Government House, Perth.
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Professor Steven Kenneth Chapman. Formerly Principal and vice-Chancellor Heriot-Watt University. For services to Higher Education. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Catherine Patricia Dyer. Crown Agent and chief executive, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service. For services to Law and Order in Scotland. (Durham)
Professor David Michael Lane. Professor of Autonomous Systems Engineering Heriot Watt University and Founding director, Edinburgh Centre for Robotics. For services to Engineering. (Edinburgh)
Denis Law. For services to Football and charity. (Altringham, Cheshire)
Professor Cait MacPhee. Professor of Biological Physics University of Edinburgh. For services to Women in Physics.
Mrs Gillian McGregor. Deputy director, Immigration Enforcement for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Home Office. For services to Immigration Management and Counter Terrorism. (Glasgow, Lanarkshire)
Mark McInnes. Director Scottish Conservatives. For political service. (Edinburgh)
Ms Marion Margaret (Margie) Taylor. Chief Dental Officer for Scotland. For services to Dental Health in Scotland.
Dr Maurice Vincent Taylor. Chief executive Chardon Trading. For services to Business and to charity. (Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire)
Professor David Tregar Ulph, FRSE. Professor of Economics and director, Scottish Institute for Research in Economics, University of St. Andrews. For services to Economics and Social Sciences. (Cupar, Fife)
Professor Joanna Marguerite Wardlaw, FRSE. Professor of Applied Neuroimaging and Honorary consultant Neuroradiologist, University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian. For services to Neuroimaging and Clinical Science. (Edinburgh)
Sinclair Aitken. For services to Culture and to the community in Dundee. (Dundee)
Professor Jill Belch. Professor of Vascular Medicine University of Dundee. For services to Medicine. (Scone, Perth and Kinross)
Ms Amanda Boyle. Founder and chief executive Officer Bloom VC. For services to Business. (Aberdeen)
Mrs Lynn Brown. Executive director, Financial Services, Glasgow City Council. For services to Local Government and charity. (Glasgow)
Alistair Colvin Campbell. Director Bellair (Scotland) Ltd. For services to the Economy and Town Centre Regeneration. (Muirhouses, West Lothian)
Professor William Donachie. For services to Animal and Veterinary Biosciences. (East Calder, West Lothian)
James Dunbar. Founder and chief executive New Start Highland. For services to Economic and Community Development in the Highlands and Islands. (Culloden, Inverness-shire)
Mrs Georgette Fulton. For services to Care of Police Survivors, St. Andrew’s First Aid and the community in New Cumnock, Ayrshire. (New Cummnock, Ayrshire and Arran)
Dr John Calum Macdonald Gillies. Formerly chairman Royal College of General Practitioners Scotland. For services to General Practice. (Selkirk, Scottish Borders)
Dr Christine Alexandra Goodall. Senior Clinical Lecturer University of Glasgow and Co-founder, Medics Against Violence. For services to Violence Prevention and Support. (Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire)
Benjamin Charles Goss. Chairman Give Them a Sporting Chance and Founder, The Chaffinch Trust. For services to People with Disabilities and Disadvantaged People in the UK and Abroad. (Elgin, Moray)
Professor Nancy Adeline Loucks. Chief executive Families Outside and Visiting Professor, University of Strathclyde Centre for Law, Crime and Justice. For services to Education and Human Rights. (Cleghorn, Lanarkshire)
Professor Irene Helen McAra-McWilliam. Head School of Design and director, Design Innovation, Glasgow School of Art. For services to Art and Design. (Glasgow)
Professor Susan McVie, FRSE. Professor of Quantitative Criminology, University of Edinburgh and director, Applied Quantitative Methods Network in Scotland. For services to Social Sciences. (Edinburgh)
Jonathan Andrew McFie Muirhead. Chairman Scottish Leather Group. For services to the Leather Industry. (Glasgow)
Professor Alison Jean Petch. Formerly director Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Sciences. For services to Social Services in Scotland. (Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty)
The Reverend Professor Kenneth Rankin Ross. Chair Scotland Malawi Partnership. For services to the community in Malawi and to Scottish-Malawi Relations. (Oban, Highland)
Ms Jane Thursa Sanderson. Chief executive Drake Music Scotland. For services to Music Education and People with Disabilities. (Kirkliston, West Lothian)
Professor William Scott. Formerly chief Pharmaceutical Officer Scottish Government. For services to Healthcare. (Gorebridge, Midlothian)
Professor David Sigsworth. Formerly chairman Scottish Environment Protection Agency. For services to the Environment and Sustainable Futures. (South Queensferry, West Lothian)
Mrs Patricia Helen Ann Straughen. For services to charity and Cancer Care in the North East of Scotland. (Aberdeen)
Professor Kathleen Elizabeth Tanner. Professor of Biomedical Materials University of Glasgow. For services to Biomedical Engineering.
Professor Annalu Waller. Chair Human Communication Technologies, University of Dundee. For services to people with Complex Communication Needs. (Dundee)
David William Acheson. Trustee Police Roll of Honour Trust. For services to the Families of Police Officers and to charity. (Stirling and Falkirk)
Mrs Yvonne Janet Anderson. Vice-Chair, Special Olympics Scotland. For services to the Special Olympics. (Roslin, Midlothian)
James Milne Banks. For services to Bagpiping and voluntary service in Scotland. (Markinch, Fife)
Mrs Helen Baynham. Owner, The Cottage Kindergarten, Helensburgh. For services to Pre-school Education. (Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute)
John Joseph Callaghan. Formerly Employee director NHS Ayrshire and Arran. For services to Partnership Working in Healthcare. (Kilmarnock, Ayrshire and Arran)
James Ebenezer Callander. For voluntary service to Athletics. (Dumfries)
Professor Robert Carachi. Formerly Professor of Surgical Paediatrics University of Glasgow. For services to Medicine. (Glasgow)
Kevin Andrew Courtie. Customer Relationship manager High Net Worth Unit, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Preventing Tax Evasion and to the Scottish Fishing Industry. (Wishaw, Lanarkshire)
Mrs Kathleen Elizabeth Crawford. Formerly Section Leader, Scottish Schools Education Research Centre, Dunfermline. For services to Education. (Balerno, Midlothian)
Dr Colin Currie, RD. For services to the Management of Hip Fractures in Older People. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Mary Christine Devine. For voluntary services to the community in Castlemilk, Glasgow. (Glasgow)
Maurice Bruce Dodd. Volunteer North East of Scotland Fire Heritage Trust. For voluntary service to the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in the North East of Scotland. (Bucksburn, Aberdeen)
Ms Janice Carol Eaglesham. Co-Founder Red Star Athletics Club. For services to Disability Sport. (Cambuslang, Glasgow)
Ms Vivian June Isoult French. Author. For services to Literature Literacy, Illustration and the Arts. (Edinburgh)
The Honourable Heather Margaret Anne Galloway Galbraith. For services to Equestrianism in Ayrshire. (Mauchline, Ayrshire and Arran)
Mrs Pamela Bruce Gallant. For services to People with Special Needs in Aberdeen particularly through Sport. (Aberdeen)
Mrs Linda June Gorn. Chair, Keith Kilt and Textile Centre. For services to the Economy in Banffshire. (Keith, Banffshire)
Colour Sgt Colin George Graham. The Royal Regiment of Scotland Army Reserve.
Maj Alan Trigg Grant. The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Andrew Scott Hamilton. Shipyard director Babcock Marine. For services to Economic Regeneration and Community Empowerment. (Glasgow)
Mrs Wilma Carol Grant Harper. Director, Corporate and Forestry Support Division, Forestry Commission. For public and voluntary services to the Forestry Sector. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Janice Irene Rosabelle MacBeath. Formerly Headteacher, Aldourie Primary School. For services to Education and the community in Dores, Inverness-shire. (Inverness)
Mrs Marion Catherine MacLeod. National Co-ordinator, Scottish Practice Management Development Network, NHS Education for Scotland. For services to Healthcare. (Glasgow)
Kenneth Ian MacNab. For services to the Fishing Industry in Scotland. (Tarbert, Argyll and Bute)
Mrs Georgina Claire Maitland. Co-founder, Sandpiper Trust. For services to Medical Emergencies. (Banchory, Kincardineshire)
Ms Christine Ann McCoy. Manager Diversity and Equality and Accessible Tourism, VisitScotland. For services to Social Equality. (West Wemyss, Fife)
Mrs Isabella Kean McCue. Chair, Theatre Nemo. For services to the Arts and Disadvantaged People in Scotland. (East Kilbride, Lanarkshire)
Mrs Vivienne McGuire. Bequest secretary, University of Dundee. For services to Anatomy Bequeathal. (Dundee)
Mrs Anne McIlveen. Founder, Salt and Light. For services to the community in Glasgow. (Glasgow)
Ian Mirfin. Co-Founder Red Star Athletics Club. For services to Disability Sport. (Cambuslang, Glasgow)
Ms Lorraine Murray. For services to Industry and to the community in Ayrshire. (Ayr, Ayrshire and Arran)
Mrs Blanche Nicolson. Practice Development manager, Hansel Group of Charities. For services to People with Learning Difficulties and their Families. (Symington, Ayrshire and Arran)
Mrs Juliette Paton. For services to charity in Aberdeenshire. (Aberdeen)
Mrs Kristine Farquhar Pawson. For voluntary and charitable service in Aberdeenshire. (Near Insch, Aberdeenshire)
Mrs Maureen Phillips Perera. Founder, Sri Lanka Children’s Appeal. For services to Disabled Children in Sri Lanka. (Nairn)
Lt Col Kieron Michael Potts. The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Peter Anthony Rose. For services to Musical Education and Conservation in the UK and Abroad. (Roy Bridge, Inverness-Shire)
Mrs Anne Simpson. For services to the Treatment of Postnatal Depression in the Highlands. (Norfolk)
Mrs Sheila Somerville. Honorary secretary, Edinburgh Samaritan Society. For services to Patients and their Families in Edinburgh. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Maureen Stephen. For services to Business and the community in Aberdeenshire. (Turriff, Aberdeenshire)
Alexander James Stewart. Councillor Perth and Kinross Council. For voluntary service in Perth and Kinross. (Perth, Perth and Kinross)
David Charles Stewart. Master Blender William Grant and Sons Distillers Ltd. For services to the Scotch Whisky Industry. (Netherlee, Glasgow)
Leslie Alexander Tait. Commercial Fisheries Liaison and Vessels manager North Atlantic Fisheries College Marine Centre, and chairman, The Shetland Fishermen’s Association. For services to Sea Fishing. (Trondra, Shetland)
Miss Jennefer Tobin. Founder South West Scotland RnR. For services to the Care of Wounded Soldiers. (Kirkbean, Dumfries)
Mrs Diane Elaine Watt. Chair, Area Support Team for Mid and East Lothian and the Scottish Borders. For services to the Children’s Hearings System in Scotland. (Dunbar, East Lothian)
Dr Sharon Helen Webb. Director and Curator Kilmartin Museum. For services to Heritage and Archaeology in Scotland. (Lochgilphead, Argyll and Bute)
Ronald Denholm Webster. For services to Tennis in Scotland. (Crail, Fife)
Mrs Marion White. Chair, Women of Influence Awards. For services to charity in Scotland.
Ms Jeanette Ross Wilson. Policy director for Scotland The British Holiday and Home Parks Association. For services to the Holiday Parks Industry. (Edinburgh)
Joseph Wood. International Family Tracing Volunteer. For voluntary service to the British Red Cross. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Laura Naomi Young. Co-Founder, The Teapot Trust. For services to Chronically Ill Children in Scotland. (East Lothian)
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
Alexander William Bertram. Rehabilitation Instructor Carstairs Hospital. For services to Psychiatric Care. (Forth, Lanarkshire)
Mrs Christine McDiarmid Black. Badminton Development Officer, East Lothian Council. For services to Badminton in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Henrietta Fraser Brown. For voluntary service in Ross-shire particularly through The Queen Mother’s Clothing Guild. (Tain, Ross and Cromarty)
David Ian Buchanan. Secretary Oban Saints Amateur Football Club. For voluntary service to Football. (Oban, Argyll and Bute)
Ms Mary Burch. For voluntary service in Dunbartonshire. (Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire)
Mrs Anne Elizabeth Campbell. For services to the Multiple Sclerosis Society in the Scottish Borders. (Newton St Boswells, Tweeddale)
Gerard Paul Cleary. Administrative Officer Personal Tax Operations, East Kilbride, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers and voluntary services to Thalidomide Awareness. (East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire)
Mrs Janet Colquhoun. Crossing Patrol Warden, Dunrobin Primary School, Airdrie. For services to Education. (Airdrie, Lanarkshire)
Mrs Agnes Forsyth Robb Craig. Chair, Save the Children, Wigtownshire. For voluntary and charitable services.
William Crowe. For services to the community and Children’s Charities in Dumbarton Strathclyde. (Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire)
Mrs Elizabeth Ann Cumming. For charitable services through the Calvert Trust, Exmoor. (Fife)
Mrs Heather Constance Cunningham. For services to the community and the Arts in the East Neuk of Fife. (Pittenweem, Fife)
Neil Alexander Currie. Physical Education Instructor HM Prison Barlinnie. For public and charitable services. (East Kilbride, Lanarkshire)
Henry Sinclair Gray. Chair Wick Heritage Society. For voluntary service in Wick, Caithness. (Wick, Caithness)
Mrs Margaret Anderson Green. For services to the community in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire particularly through Bourtie Rural Women’s Institute. (Inverurie, Aberdeenshire)
Alexander John Gunn. For services to Heritage and the community in Caithness. (Thurso, Caithness)
Richard Hadden. Beadle St Michael’s Church, Inveresk. For services to the community in East Lothian. (Musselburgh, East Lothian)
Mrs Lynda Jeffrey. Founder, Stenton Singers Choir. For services to Music and charity in Stenton, East Lothian. (Stenton, East Lothian)
Mrs Elizabeth Kilpatrick. For voluntary service to First Aid and the community in Kilwinning, Ayrshire. (Kilwinning, Ayrshire and Arran)
Mrs Isobel Kirkwood. Volunteer, Erskine Homes. For services to Veterans in Scotland. (Glasgow)
Mrs Christian Evelyn Lindsay. For services to the community in East Linton, East Lothian. (Haddington, East Lothian)
Mrs Calina Graham MacDonald. For services to Business and Horticulture in Skye and Lochalsh. (Carbost, Inverness-shire)
John Ronald MacLeod. For voluntary service to Dingwall Museum and the community in Ross-shire. (Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty)
Andrew David Ross Mackenzie. For services to the community in Dornoch Sutherland. (Dornoch, Sutherland)
Angus Campbell McConnell. For voluntary service to Sport in Scotland. (East Kilbride, Lanarkshire)
Mrs Marny Mowatt. Formerly secretary, Orkney Agricultural Society. For services to the Orkney County Show. (Kirkwall, Orkney)
Ms Mary Theresa O’Neill. For charitable services in Glasgow. (Glasgow)
William Scott. Founder and Artistic director Miracle Theatre Company. For services to the Arts in Cornwall. (Gorebridge, Midlothian)
Mrs Carol Daphne Seymour. For voluntary service to Art and People with Disabilities in Stirlingshire. (Arnprior, Stirling and Falkirk)
Mrs Elizabeth Anne Spruce. For services to Young People and the community in Alva, Clackmannanshire. (Alva, Clackmannanshire)
Thomas McCaig Stevenson. Project manager Mull of Galloway Trail. For voluntary services to Walkers in the West of Scotland.
George Troup. Chairman TS Queen Elizabeth. For services to the Sea Cadets and the community in Clydebank, Dunbartonshire. (Clydebank, Dunbartonshire)
Mrs Elizabeth Walker. Volunteer, ChildLine Glasgow. For services to Children and Young People. (Chryston, Glasgow)
The Reverend Heather Susan Widdows. Vicar St. Maelrubha’s Episcopal Church, Poolewe. For services to the community in Gairloch, Ross-shire. (Gairloch, Ross and Cromarty)
Mrs Frances Mary Winterflood. For voluntary service to Young People in Lancashire through The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. (Lytham St Annes, Lancashire)
QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL
Ms Eleanor Mitchell. Chief Superintendent Police Scotland.
Andrew Morris. Chief Superintendent Police Scotland.
Ms Louise Raphael. Detective Superintendent Police Scotland.
QUEEN’S FIRE SERVICE MEDAL
Peter Murray, Assistant Chief Officer, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
Sarah O’Donnell, Director of Finance and Contractual Services, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
QUEEN’S AMBULANCE SERVICE MEDAL
Paul Bassett. General manager, Scottish Ambulance Service.
Henry Campbell Bellingham, MP for North West Norfolk. For political and parliamentary service. (Norfolk)
Matthew Christopher Bourne, OBE. Choreographer. For services to Dance. (London)
Dr David John Collins, CBE. Further Education commissioner. For services to Further Education. (Gloucestershire)
Clive Cowdery. Philanthropist and Founder Resolution Foundation. For services to Children and Social Mobility. (London)
Lynton Keith Crosby. A.O. lately campaign director, Conservative Party. For political service. (London)
Professor Paul James Curran. Vice-Chancellor, City University London. For services to Higher Education. (London)
The Rt Hon Edward Jonathan Davey. For political and public service. (Surrey)
Jonathan Stephen Day, CBE. Formerly Chair, Joint Intelligence Committee, Cabinet Office. For public service.
William Robert Fittall. For services to the Church of England. (Kent)
Dr Michael Graham Jacobs. Clinical Lead in Infectious Diseases, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases. (London)
Harpal Singh Kumar. Chief executive, Cancer Research UK. For services to Cancer Research. (Middlesex)
Steve Lancashire. Founder and chief executive Officer REAch2, and Executive Headteacher, Hillyfield Primary Academy, London Borough of Waltham Forest. For services to Education. (Kent)
Martyn John Dudley Lewis, CBE. For services to the Voluntary and Charitable Sectors particularly the Hospice Movement. (London)
Professor David John Cameron MacKay. Regius Professor of Engineering, Cambridge University Engineering Department. For services to Scientific Advice in Government and Science Outreach. (Cambridgeshire)
Anthony Peter McCoy, OBE. For services to Horse Racing. (Hungerford, Berkshire)
Harvey Andrew McGrath. For services to Economic Growth and Public Life. (London)
David Ronald Norgrove. Chair, Low Pay Commission and Chair, Family Justice Board. For services to the Low Paid and the Family Justice System. (London)
Jack Petchey, CBE. For services to Young People in East London and Essex through the Jack Petchey Foundation. (London)
Robert Alexander Talma Stheeman, CB. Chief executive Officer, Debt Management Office. For services to UK Government Debt Management. (Walton-on-Thames, Surrey)
Norman Kelvin Stoller, CBE. For philanthropic service. (Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria)
John Michael Leal Uren, OBE. For philanthropic service. (Tenterden, Kent)
Alan Colin Drake Yarrow. Formerly Lord Mayor of London. For services to International Business Inclusion and the City of London. (London)
ORDER OF THE BATH
Ms Linda Margaret Homer, CB. Chief executive, HM Revenue and Customs. For public service particularly to Public Finance. (Hadleigh, Suffolk)
Robert Devereux. Permanent secretary, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Transport and Welfare and for voluntary service in Kilburn, London. (London)
Ms Susan Jane Baldwin. Director, Academies and Maintained Schools Group, Department for Education. For services to Education. (London)
Professor Paul Anthony Cosford. Director for Health Protection and Medical director, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. (Haynes, Bedfordshire)
Stephen Leonard Gooding. Formerly director-general, Roads, Traffic and Local Group, Department for Transport. For public service to Transport. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
Dr Ruth Mary Hussey, OBE. Chief Medical Officer for Wales and Medical director, NHS Wales. For services to Healthcare. (Liverpool, Merseyside)
Professor Nicholas Robert Jennings. Chief Scientific Adviser for National Security and Regius Professor of Computer Science, University of Southampton. For services to Computer Science. (Bishops Waltham, Hampshire)
Ms Clare Mary Moriarty. Formerly director-general, Rail Executive, Department for Transport. For services to Transport. (Petersfield, Hampshire)
ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL
David Berwick, RVM. Valet to The Duke of Edinburgh.
Cecil John Nelson, MVO, RVM. Formerly Coaching Instructor, Royal Mews.
Ian Leslie Bullock. Fire and Security Officer, Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Dugald Cameron. Storeman, Aberdovey Centre, Outward Bound Trust.
Constable Gary Robert Copeland. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
Miss Joanne Dermott. Assistant Dresser to The Queen.
Keven Rodger Dunger. Senior Stud Hand, Royal Studs.
Daren James Palmer. Gardener, Sandringham Estate.
Neil Leslie Turner. Senior Attendant, Windsor Castle.
Constable James Michael Williams. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
ORDER OF THE COMPANIONS OF HONOUR
Sir Roy Colin Strong. For services to Culture. (Herefordshire)
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL
Professor Lesley Jean Fallowfield. Director, Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer, University of Sussex. For services to Psycho-Oncology. (Brighton, East Sussex)
Ms Judith Elizabeth Hackitt, CBE. Chair, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Engineering and Health and Safety. (Wantage, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Susan Jowett. Chief executive, The Spencer Academies Trust and Executive Principal, George Spencer Academy, Nottinghamshire. For services to Education. (West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire)
Professor Georgina Mace, CBE. Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems and director, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, University College London. For services to Science. (London)
Ms Natalie Sara Massenet, MBE. Internet Entrepreneur and Founder, Net-A-Porter Group. For services to the Fashion and Retail Industries. (London)
Ms Carolyn Julia McCall, OBE. Chief executive Officer, EasyJet. For services to the Aviation Industry. (Bedfordshire)
Professor Henrietta Louise Moore, FBA. Director, Institute for Global Prosperity and Chair, Culture, Philosophy and Design, University College London. For services to Social Sciences. (London)
Ms Jane Elizabeth Ailwen (Sian) Phillips, CBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)
Ms Heather Victoria Rabbatts, CBE. For public service and services to Football and Equality. (Lower Hardres, Kent)
Ms Glenys Jean Stacey. Chief Regulator and chief executive, Ofqual (Office for Qualifications and Examinations Regulation). For services to Education.
Professor Margaret McRae Whitehead. Head, Department of Public Health and Policy, Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool. For services to Public Health. (Nantwich, Cheshire)
Miss Barbara Windsor, MBE. For services to charity and Entertainment. (London)
The Rt Hon Rosalie Winterton. Member of Parliament for Doncaster Central and Opposition chief Whip. For political and parliamentary service. (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)
Professor Hilary Margaret Wykes. Vice-Dean of Psychology and Systems Sciences and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation, King’s College London. For services to Clinical Psychology.
Ms Peta Joyce Ash. Chief executive Officer, Southampton Voluntary Services. For services to the Voluntary Sector.
Richard James Atkins. Principal, Exeter College and president, Association of Colleges. For services to Further Education. (South Petherton, Somerset)
His Honour Michael Findlay Baker, QC, DL. Formerly Resident Judge, Crown Court, St. Albans and Deputy Circuit Judge. For services to the Administration of Justice and to the community in Hertfordshire. (Ware, Hertfordshire)
Professor Phyllida Barlow. Sculptor. For services to Art. (London)
Mrs Rhona Julia Barnfield. Chief executive Officer, the Howard Partnership Trust and Executive head, Howard of Effingham School, Thomas Knyvett College and Oxted School, Surrey. For services to Education. (Chipstead, Surrey)
John Baxter. Formerly Group head of Engineering, BP International plc. For services to Engineering, Education and the Energy Sector. (Reading, Berkshire)
Graham John Beale. Chief executive Officer, Nationwide Building Society. For services to the Financial Services Sector. (Bath, Somerset)
Robert Fredrick Behrens. Chief executive and Independent Adjudicator, Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education. For services to Higher Education. (Moor Park, Hertfordshire)
Professor Vivienne Jane Bennett. Chief Nurse, Public Health England. For services to Nursing.
Guy Gibson Beringer. Non-Executive chairman, UK Export Finance. For services to Export Finance and Pro Bono Work in the Legal Sector. (Weybridge, Surrey)
Conrad Bird. Director, GREAT Britain Campaign. For services to UK Government Communications and Trade. (London)
Mrs Sharon Tracey Blackburn. Policy and Communications director, National Care Forum. For services to Nursing and the Not-For-Profit Care Sector. (Woking, Surrey)
Roy Terence Blatchford. Director, National Education Trust. For services to Education. (Oxfordshire)
Professor Paul Joseph Boyle. Formerly chief executive, Economic and Social Research Council and president and vice Chancellor, University of Leicester. For services to Social Science.
Dr Timothy John Gilby Brooks. Head, Rare and Imported Pathogens Laboratory, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)
Mrs Dorothy Marie Brown. Director for Personal Tax Operations, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)
Professor Christopher John Kent Bulstrode. Emeritus Professor, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford and Volunteer, Doctors of the World. For services to Humanitarian Medicine. (Barnstaple, Devon)
Ms Wendy Joan Carlin. Professor of Economics, University College London and Member, Expert Advisory Panel, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to Economics and Public Finance. (Oxfordshire)
Professor Barry Carpenter, OBE. International Professor of Learning Disabilities. For services to Special Educational Needs. (Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire)
Zameer Mohammed Choudrey. For services to the UK Wholesale Industry and charity in the UK and Abroad. (London)
Professor David Alastair Standish Compston. Professor of Neurology, University of Cambridge. For services to Multiple Sclerosis Treatment. (Cambridgeshire)
Dr Vivienne Cox. For services to the UK Economy and Sustainability. (Flaunden, Hertfordshire)
Professor John Coyne. Formerly vice-Chancellor University of Derby. For services to Higher Education. (Beeston, Nottinghamshire)
Professor Charles Frank Craddock. Professor of Haemato-Oncology, University of Birmingham and consultant Haematologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. For services to Medicine and Medical Research. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Professor Melanie Jane Davies. Professor of Diabetes Medicine, University of Leicester and Honorary consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester. For services to Diabetes Research. (Leicestershire)
Samir Desai. Peer to Peer and Financial Inclusion Innovator. For services to Financial Services. (London)
Air Commodore Martin Terrance Doel, OBE. Chief executive, Association of Colleges. For services to Further Education. (Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)
Ian Gareth Dormer. Formerly National chairman, Institute of Directors. For services to Business particularly in the North East. (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear)
Rowan Malcolm Douglas. Chief executive officer, Capital Science and Policy Practice, Willis Group. For services to the Economy through Risk, Insurance and Sustainable Growth. (London)
Simon Charles Dow. Group chief executive, the Guinness Partnership. For services to Housing and Homeless People. (London)
Timothy James Dutton, QC. Barrister, Recorder and Deputy High Court Judge. For services to the UK Legal System. (London)
Dr Ian Webber Evett. Consultant Forensic Scientist. For services to Forensic Science. (Tadley, Hampshire)
Paul Farmer. Chief executive, Mind. For services to Mental Health. (London)
Paul Maurice Fuller, QFSM. Chief Fire Officer, Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire and Rescue Service. (Bromham, Bedfordshire)
Professor Nigel Paul Gibbens. Chief Veterinary Officer, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to the Veterinary Profession and Animal Welfare. (Epsom, Surrey)
Ms Jacqueline Gold. Chief executive, Ann Summers and Knickerbox. For services to Entrepreneurship, Women in Business and Social Enterprise. (Old Oxted, Surrey)
Dr Caroline Harper, OBE. Chief executive Officer, Sightsavers. For services to Visually Impaired People Abroad. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
Councillor Simon Antony Henig. Leader, Durham County Council. For political and public service. (Chester-le-Street, Durham)
Dr Barry Keith Humphreys. Formerly chairman British Air Transport Association. For services to Aviation and Charity. (Surrey)
David Neil Jameson. Executive director, Citizens UK. For services to Community Organising and Social Justice. (London)
Timothy Lloyd Jones. Formerly chief executive, Officer National Employment Savings Trust. For services to the Pensions Industry and Pension Provision. (Brighton, East Sussex)
David Joseph. Chair and chief executive officer, Universal Music UK and Ireland. For services to the UK Music Industry. (London)
Mrs Sandra Jane Keene. Director of Adult Social Services and president, Leeds City Council and ADASS. For services to Social Care.
Professor Deirdre Anne Kelly. Consultant Paediatric Hepatologist, Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Children and Young People with Liver Disease. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Ms Julia Killick. Governor, HM Prison Holloway. For services to HM Prison Service. (Shepperton, Middlesex)
David Christopher Lane. Formerly vice-president, Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years. For services to Childcare and Social Work. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)
Gerald Lavery. Formerly Senior Finance director, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to the Agri-Food Industry in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)
Francis Henry Lee. For services to Football and charity. (Wilmslow, Cheshire)
Dr Tracy Elisabeth Long. Founder, Boardroom Review Ltd. For services to Public and Private Sector Governance. (London)
Professor Karen Anne Luker. Formerly Dean, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester. For services to Nursing and Midwifery. (Near Wedmore, Somerset)
Radu Lupu. Pianist. For services to Music. (London)
Professor Peter John Matthews, OBE. Chair, Natural Resources Wales. For services to Environmental Management. (Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire)
Professor Linda Margaret McDowell. Professor of Human Geography University of Oxford. For services to Geography and Higher Education. (Oxfordshire)
Professor David Kenneth Miles. Formerly Member, Monetary Policy Committee. For services to Monetary Policy. (Somerset)
Andrew Noel Moffat. Chief executive, Port of Tyne. For services to the North East England Economy and UK Ports. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)
Mrs Susan Jane Moore. Director, DWP Corporate Change, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Public Administration. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
Peter Julian Robin Morgan. Screenwriter and Playwright. For services to Drama.
Professor Peter Gordon Morris. Professor of Physics and head of Magnetic Resonance Centre University of Nottingham. For services to Science and Medicine. (Wollaton Park, Nottinghamshire)
Professor Karen Ann Mumford. For services to Economics and Labour Market Diversity.
Councillor Susan Christine Murphy. Deputy Leader, Manchester City Council. For political and public service.
Maxwell George Murray. Formerly Senior Civil Servant, Department of Justice. For services to the Northern Ireland Prison Service and Engineering. (Hillsborough, Down)
Professor Paul O’Brien, FRS. Professor of Inorganic, Materials Chemistry, University of Manchester. For services to Science and Engineering. (Wilmslow, Cheshire)
Neil O’Connor. Director Fire, Resilience and Emergencies, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Fire Safety and Flood Resilience. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)
Mrs Jean Davies Oglesby. For services to Philanthropy in the North West. (Bowdon, Cheshire)
Bobby Paton. Managing director, Accenture (North East). For services to the Promotion of IT Skills and Apprenticeships. (Hexham, Northumberland)
Ms Carolyn Mary (Lyndy) Payne. For services the Advertising and Marketing Communications Industry.
Mrs Sarah Payne. Director, National Offender Management Service, Wales, Ministry of Justice. For services to Prisons, Probation and the community in Wales. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)
Mrs Annamarie Phelps. Chairman, British Rowing. For services to Rowing. (London)
Anthony Charles Preston. Founder, Pets at Home. For services to UK Business, Entrepreneurship and philanthropic service to charity. (Antrobus, Cheshire)
Professor Susan Ann Price. Formerly vice-Chancellor, Leeds Beckett University. For services to Higher Education. (Wetherby, West Yorkshire)
Charles David Randell. External Member, Prudential Regulation Authority and Non-Executive director, DECC. For services to Financial Stability and Climate Change Policy. (London)
Dr Raminder Singh Ranger, MBE. Chairman, Sun Mark Ltd. For services to Business and Community Cohesion. (Moor Park, Hertfordshire)
Jill Ann Lady Shaw Ruddock. For philanthropic services to Older People. (London)
Andrew Scallan. Director of Electoral Administration, Electoral Commission. For services to Electoral Democracy. (Sale, Cheshire)
Professor Julia Teresa Selwyn. Professor and director, The Hadley Centre for Adoption and Foster Care Studies, Bristol University. For services to Adoption and Children’s Social Care.
Ms (Lucy) Nicola Shaw. Chief executive Officer, HighSpeed 1, and lately Non-Executive director, Aer Lingus plc. For services to Transport.
Ms Yasmin Sheikh, MBE. Co-founder, British Community Honours Awards. For services to Women and Social Integration. (London)
William Matthew Timothy Stephen Sieghart. For services to Public Libraries. (London)
Dr Nina Maria Skorupska. Chief executive, Renewable Energy Association and Non-Executive director, WISE Campaign. For services to Renewables and Equality in the Energy Industry. (London)
Adrian Smith. Deputy director, National Offender Management Service, East of England. For services to HM Prison Service. (Thetford, Norfolk)
Andrew John Smith, OBE. Chief executive, Hampshire County Council. For services to Local Government.
Ms Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Staunton, OBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)
Christopher Berkeley Stephens. Chairman, Judicial Appointments Commission. For services to the Judiciary. (Richmond, Surrey)
James Stewart. Treasurer, Scottish Conservatives. For political service. (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)
Dr Geraldine Mary Strathdee, OBE. National Clinical director for Mental Health, NHS England. For services to Mental Health. (London)
John Surtees, OBE. For services to Motorsport. (Lingfield, Surrey)
Ms Caroline Helen Theobald. Founder and managing director, Bridge Club Ltd. For services to Business and Entrepreneurship. (Corbridge, Northumberland)
Hugh Osborn Thornbery. Chief executive, Adoption UK. For services to Children and Families. (London)
Ms Angela Mary Fone (Jill) Tookey, MBE. Founder and Artistic director, National Youth Ballet of Great Britain. For services to Dance and Young People.
Simon Richard Trace. Chief executive, Officer Practical Action. For services to International Development.
Ms Beryl Frances Vertue, OBE. Producer and Chair, Hartswood Films. For services to Television Drama. (Surrey)
Edward Victor. Founder, Ed Victor Literary Agency. For services to Literature. (London)
Professor Andrew Brian Wathey. Vice-Chancellor, Northumbria University. For services to Higher Education. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)
Simon Weston, OBE. For charitable services. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)
Professor Keith Malcolm Willett. National director for Acute Care NHS England and Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery, University of Oxford. For services to the NHS. (Oxfordshire).