Roles reshuffled as West Norfolk Council cabinet jobs revealed
The breakdown of responsibilities in West Norfolk Council's new administration has been outlined.
The authority's new cabinet, led by recently elected leader Stuart Dark, is due to meet for the first time next week.
And papers published ahead of that meeting have now revealed details of the individual cabinet portfolios.
Mr Dark's deputy, Graham Middleton, has been given a business, culture and heritage brief, while the former leader, Brian Long, has been put in charge of corporate services, including car parking, open spaces, public toilets and buildings such as the Town Hall.
One of the two newcomers to the administration, Angie Dickinson, is taking on the finance job, while the other, Sam Sandell has a people and communities role incorporating issues such as housing, health, leisure and community transport.
Paul Kunes retains the environment brief, now with the climate change issue restored to it after it was split under the previous administration.
Richard Blunt is now in charge of development and regeneration, while Adrian Lawrence's property brief will incorporate the management of sites such as the King's Lynn Innovation Centre and other council assets.
A report on the changes is on the agenda for the cabinet's meeting next Tuesday, June 15.