UltraVision CLPL, the largest independent manufacturer, supplier and licensor of contact lenses in the UK, has scored a double with a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise – Innovation.

The Queen’s Award is the highest honour that can be bestowed on a UK company and was awarded specifically for KeraSoft®, UltraVision’s patented soft and silicone hydrogel contact lenses for all irregular corneas including keratoconus.

In 2006 UltraVision received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation for its SAM® and UltraWave® technologies. As well as being applied to UltraWave® monthly disposable contact lenses, SAM® and Wavefront technology are also applied to KeraSoft®, HydroWave® and DuraWave® contact lenses.


  • The Queen’s Award for Enterprise – Innovation 2010
  • The Queen’s Award for Enterprise – Innovation 2006
  • The EFCLIN Technology Award 2001
  • Award for Innovation in British Optics – The Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers – 2001


The UltraVision CLPL  group formed by two former St. Albans School friends, J Keith Lomas, Group CEO, and John Clamp, Group COO, is expanding throughout the world with sales into more than 60 countries.

“To receive the Queen’s Award once is a serious achievement, but twice is out of this world” said J Keith Lomas, CEO, “we were improving people’s vision but now our team is taking our technologies to new levels and dramatically changing lives for the better for thousands more people every month”.

To learn more about the Queen's Awards, please visit http://www.queensawards.org.uk