Meet Norfolk County Council’s new cabinet members
A new 10-member cabinet of councillors has been appointed to lead the county council and its services.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Andrew Proctor, said: “I have put together a strong team to ensure clear and robust leadership, to deliver the most efficient and effective services for the people of Norfolk.
“This will enable us to move forward with strong, accountable decision-making and drive the transformation programmes we have in place to deliver these services.
“We will continue to work better together with our partners across the county to grow the economy, create jobs and promote Norfolk.”
Councillor Andrew Proctor, Executive Leader of the Council
Governance and Strategy
Councillor Graham Plant, Deputy Leader of the Council
Growing the Economy
The other members are:
Councillor Bill Borrett, Adult Social Care, Public Health and Prevention
Councillor Margaret Dewsbury, Communities and Partnerships
Councillor John Fisher, Children’s Services
Councillor Tom FitzPatrick, Innovation, Transformation and Performance
Councillor Andy Grant, Environment and Waste
Councillor Andrew Jamieson, Finance
Councillor Greg Peck, Commercial Services and Asset Management
Councillor Martin Wilby, Highways, Infrastructure and Transport
The cabinet replaces the previous committee system that operated in Norfolk. Under the new system, the cabinet will take the key decisions, while select committees will develop policy and oversight and scrutiny committees will hold the council to account.