Why do we need a chief executive?

IT is only a few months since Malvern Hills District Council accepted council chief executive Chris Bocock's strategic review.

Nowhere in it did he mention a review of senior managers as a way to save money.

At the time councillors asked if it could be included. But the council leaders refused to do so.

All of a sudden we are in a mad rush to share a chief executive before summer is out.

Where are the results of the senior manager review that justifies this move and why do we think we even need a chief executive?

By the time regulatory services and the refuse yard are shared out we will no longer need as many councillors let alone four-and-a-half senior managers.

Sarah Rouse

Leigh Sinton

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6:25pm Wed 4 Jun 14

THE FACTS says...

There is no requirement for any senior management to run the DC. It has few functions and is not complicated at all.
There is no requirement for any senior management to run the DC. It has few functions and is not complicated at all. THE FACTS
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