East Riding and Hull are on the road to forming a Combined Authority. Credit: ERYC

Lacey departs East Riding

The council said that its chief executive Caroline Lacey has reached agreement to leave the local authority.

In a brief statement issued by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the council said that the outgoing officer “would like to thank all partners for their support over many years and wishes everyone the best for the future, in what are challenging times for us all”.

Alan Menzies, deputy chief executive, will assume chief executive duties in the short term, so that the running of the council continues seamlessly.

Other moves this year at the top of regional local authorities include Steve Mawson being named as the new chief executive of Kirklees in August, and Lorraine O’Donnell taking over from Kersten England at Bradford.

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