Changes to key political roles announced at annual Council meeting
Date Added: 23/05/2016
Changes to key political posts on Central Bedfordshire Council have been announced at the authority’s annual meeting (19 May)
Cllr Steve Dixon is taking over from Mark Versallion as Executive Member for Education and Skills. Cllr Versallion who has held the role for five years is moving to become Chair of the Children’s Services Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
In addition to his Education and Skills role, Cllr Dixon will have joint responsibility for Property and Asset Management with the Executive Member for Corporate Resources.
The role of Deputy Executive Member for Education and Skills is also changing. Cllr Gary Tubb will now take on this role, paving the way for Cllr Ian Dalgarno to return to the role of Deputy Executive Member for Community Services, supporting Cllr Brian Spurr.
Cllr Andrew Turner is stepping down from the Executive and his Stronger Communities portfolio is being split. Cllr Tracey Stock will be Deputy Executive Member for Stronger Communities and will move to support Executive Member for Corporate Resources, Cllr Richard Wenham.
Cllr Caroline Maudlin will assume responsibility for mainstream volunteering and will be a Deputy for Cllr Carole Hegley, Executive Member for Housing and Social Care.
All other Executive positions remain unchanged.
For further information please contact: Louise Manders, on 0300 300 5830 (out-of-hours 07875 430164) or email [email protected]