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Steve Lansdown

D.O.B.

30 Aug 1952

Birthplace

Bristol

Position

Chairman

Signed

1998

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Lansdown was brought onto the board by former Chairman Scott Davidson in the late-1990's.

He is one of Bristol's wealthiest men after making his money with financial services firm Hargreaves Lansdown.

HL are an organistation that was set up in the basement of a Clifton flat with business partner Peter Hargreaves nearly 25 years ago and is now in the FTSE 250.

His total wealth is reportedly worth around 245m, including money tied up in stocks and shares.

Despite not having an allegiance to either City or Rovers in his youth, he has always been passionate about Bristol sport on the whole and has proved to be a steady hand at the Gate.

He has overseen gradual progress which has seen the club reduce it's debt and go from strength to strength.

Lansdown has a vision for Bristol City. His work won't be complete until we're established in a new stadium in the Premiership.

With the ground already on the way the future looks bright with him at the helm.

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