JFP’s strategic planning and implementation services can be used for any type and any size of business. It does not matter whether it is already successful or having problems.

We use unique and proven processes that have been used successfully on hundreds of businesses over the last 12 years. It is COST effective and TIME effective. We can help improve any business. We take key decision makers out of their business for as little as one day only.

What’s more, we do not tell decision makers how to run their business. We address all issues including time management and change management

At JFP we help you:

  • Regain FOCUS
  • Regain DIRECTION
  • Give you a chance to LISTEN to each other
  • QUALITY TIME away from the heat of business
  • A written Strategic Plan with financials included

John Fairley, Partner
Direct Dial - 07786 013035

John, with a partner founded and built two companies from scratch, which grew to become a multi million pound turnover business, employing 53 people. The businesses included a leisure consultancy that designed and developed health farms and spas worldwide, including a spa on the QE2.
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The other company produced exclusive skin care products sold at top department stores and spas. Recognized as a market trend leader, it achieved brand penetrations at the same levels as Clarins and Decleor and supplied British Airways First Class with skin care products. John sold his interests in both companies in 1998.

John had a very successful military career spanning service with the Royal Horse Artillery, Special Forces and the Ministry of Defence Intelligence Staffs - briefing up to ministerial level, including the Prime Minister. He also had two years as a Training and Development Instructor at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

As an enthusiastic sailor he completed the 2000/2001 Global Challenge yacht race, circumnavigating the world against the wind. He also uses his sailing activities to allow JFP to support Help for Heroes. He competed in a transatlantic yacht race in 2009 raising £12,000 and more recently in December 2012 competed in the famous Sydney Hobart Yacht race raising another £11,000 in the process.

John founded JFP 16 years ago. He recognised from his previous business experience when attempting to buy The Champney's Group from Guinness, using one of the Big Four Accountancy Firms, how expensive and time consuming planning and implementation was. He realised that most SME's needed a more cost effective and time effective process. That is what JFP now offers. No Value No Fee.

John Fairley


Norman (Norrie) Jackson, Partner
Direct Dial - 07710 348197

Norrie Jackson went to school and university (Business Studies) in Edinburgh before moving to London and qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young in 1973. He then joined Scottish & Newcastle Breweries for three years as a Finance Director of one of their subsidiaries before spending seven years with Mobil Oil, working in the USA, West Africa, the Far East (mainly Japan) and New Zealand.

For the last 25 years he has been Richmond-based, working on his own account and with others as a Business Adviser and Non-Executive Finance Director to small and medium sized businesses (SME’s) in a wide variety of industries including property, recruitment. IT , publishing, mail-order, electronics and sports and leisure.

Having worked with many entrepreneurs and noted which ones are effective, he is quick to extol the benefits of strategic planning and the appointment of Non-Executive Directors to help implement those plans.

An all-round sports enthusiast, Norrie is a Director of London Scottish International, which has just raised £1.5 million from investors to help take the Club back to the higher echelons of English rugby.

Norman (Norrie) Jackson


Peter Tory, Partner
Direct Dial - 07908 204057

Peter Tory qualified as a Chartered Accountant with a City firm in 1974.

He then moved to Calgary, Canada and joined the oil industry, working in both the upstream and downstream sectors. In 1981, he was transferred to London to head up the finance, legal and corporate development functions of a quoted British exploration and production company an interest in which had been acquired by his Canadian employers. Over a ten-year period he implemented the framework to enable the company to become a successful North Sea operator, arranging over $60 million in limited recourse bank finance and co-ordinating two rights issues.

Following successful sale of the oil company, he has spent the last 20 years as an entrepreneur, working through several economic cycles, and has taken businesses from concept to creation, through development to sale. He has arranged over £30 million of bank finance, raised £10 million of equity from both private and venture capital sources and created over 200 jobs.

Peter Tory