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NNDC leader John Lee reveals new cabinet

PUBLISHED: 15:17 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:30 06 March 2018

Councillor John Lee will take over as leader of the NNDC Conservative group. Picture: North Norfolk District Council

Councillor John Lee will take over as leader of the NNDC Conservative group. Picture: North Norfolk District Council

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A new cabinet at the North Norfolk District Council has been announced, under the leadership of John Lee.

Richard Price, Conservative candidate for South Smallburgh. Pic: Norfolk Conservatives.Richard Price, Conservative candidate for South Smallburgh. Pic: Norfolk Conservatives.

Mr Lee, who took over from predecessor Tom FitzPatrick on February 21, has cut and combined a number of portfolios to create a reduced number of individuals in cabinet.

Mr Lee will preside over a cabinet of seven, where Mr FitzPatrick had a cabinet of 10.

Mr Lee will himself be taking on a portfolio, but will be swapping the coastal portfolio (his previous position) for corporate services.

The new cabinet compromises of:

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• Councillor John Lee: Leader of the Council and Chairman of Cabinet. Holding the portfolio for corporate services including legal, democratic, IT and HR services.

• Councillor Nigel Dixon: Deputy Leader, holding the portfolio for economic development, business and tourism.

• Councillor Wyndham Northam: Finance, revenue and benefits.

• Councillor Richard Price: Property and asset commercialisation.

Hilary Cox, Conservative candidate for Cromer. Pic: Norfolk Conservatives.Hilary Cox, Conservative candidate for Cromer. Pic: Norfolk Conservatives.

• Councillor Sue Arnold: Housing, planning, and planning policy.

• Councillor Becky Palmer: Leisure, culture, health and customer services.

• Councillor Hilary Cox: Environment, coast and licensing.

The portfolios of Councillor Judy Oliver, Councillor Maggie Prior, and Councillor Annie Claussen-Reynolds were absorbed into other roles, meaning they have been left out of cabinet.

Nigel Dixon, Conservative candidate for Hoveton and Stalham. Pic: Norfolk Conservatives.Nigel Dixon, Conservative candidate for Hoveton and Stalham. Pic: Norfolk Conservatives.

Mr FitzPatrick’s cabinet was made up of:

• Councillor Annie Claussen-Reynolds: Waste and Environmental Services

• Councillor Nigel Dixon: Deputy leader and portfolio holder for business and economic development.

• Councillor Tom FitzPatrick: Leader of the council and chairman of the cabinet.

• Councillor John Lee: Coastal.

• Councillor Wyndham Northam: Financial Services.

• Councillor Judy Oliver: Corporate assets and asset commercialisation.

• Councillor Becky Palmer: Community liason and engagement, and customer services.

• Councillor Richard Price: Housing.

• Councillor Maggie Prior: Leisure and culture.

• Councillor Sue Arnold: Planning.

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