Wiltshire Council: Not replacing executives will save nearly quarter of a million pounds (From This Is Wiltshire)
Wiltshire Council: Not replacing executives will save nearly quarter of a million pounds
Updated 9:10am Tuesday 24th June 2014 in By Court reporter
Not replacing two recently-departed executives will save almost a quarter of a million pounds, says Wiltshire Council.
Mark Stone, programme director for the council’s transformation programme, who oversaw the renovation of County Hall, will leave the council on July 11, while head of the Campus project Lucy Murray-Brown is joining Bristol Council on secondment.
Their work will be taken on by the council’s three corporate directors, Carlton Brand, Maggie Rae and Carolyn Godfrey.
In a statement to council staff they said: “We would like to reassure you that the transformation programme including our campus delivery is a key area of work for the organisation and as such will be co-led by the three corporate directors.
“This will ensure that we to continue to deliver this successful programme and by not replacing the vacant associate director and head of service posts we will save around £225,000 per year.”
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