Latest civil service & public affairs moves — May 15
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Houses of Parliament
House of Lords – Lord Millett (Crossbench, Life Peer) retired; Lord Thomas (Crossbench, Life Peer) died.
Ombudsmen: Housing Ombudsman – David Connolly to be acting housing ombudsman from 5th June when Denise Fowler steps down.
- Scottish Government: Scottish Natural Heritage – Mike Cantlay appointed as chair of the board.
- Wokingham Borough Council – Andy Couldrick to stand down as chief executive; By-election Result 11 May: Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Council – Gary Howman elected for Fairstead – Labour hold.
- Early Intervention Foundation – Jo Casebourne to become chief executive in August, replacing Carey Oppenheim.
- Institute for Family Business – Hugh Clark appointed as chair, replacing Peter Armitage.
- The Stroke Association – Andrew Cook appointed as executive director, Income Generation, starting 24 July.
- Independent Age – Jo Clearly appointed Chair, replacing Diana Brittan.
- Porta Communications – David Wright to retire as executive chair.
- House of Fraser – Alex Williamson to become chief executive.
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