Chief executive criticised by cross-party working group

By Dan Peters | 06 February 2020

One of Norfolk’s longest serving chief executives should have had a stronger hold over a project to build an innovation centre, a cross-party working group has found.

The working group’s report said then chief executive of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk BC, Ray Harding, who retired last year, should have ‘conferred a strong hold on such a new way of working’.

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