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LEP board announced

Some familiar names as new body finalised

Published on April 1st 2011.


LEP board announced

No April Fool...the eight positions on the new Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) have been announced.

Here they are:
Keith Johnston - partner and head of north west market, Addleshaw Goddard

Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell - president and vice chancellor, University of Manchester

Neil McArthur - chairman and head of innovation, Talk Talk Technology

Ken Knott - chief executive, Ask Developments Group

Peter Marks - group chief executive, Co-operative Group

Alison Tumilty - deputy chief executive and finance director, Rathbone Training

Roger Milburn - director, Ove Arup and Partner

Scott Fletcher - chairman, ANS Group

Mike Blackburn, chairman of the GM LEP, said: “The collective skills and experience of the board is impressive.

“We are all committed to driving Manchester’s economic growth and helping to create local jobs and I look forward to getting down to business.”

The recruitment was co-ordinated by recruitment firm GatenbySanderson. The first meeting of the GM LEP board will take place later this month.

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Eddy LuscombeApril 1st 2011.

Nice to see Neil McArthur has found time away from Blancmange to sit on this board. I see they have a new album out too - busy man.

AnonymousApril 7th 2011.

Do tell us ManCan who is really running the show since those mentioned surely are only giving two minutes a fortnight!

Could you run a comps to guess the name or is it too easy?

AnonymousApril 14th 2011.

Nice to see the Co-op getting involved eh?!! How honourable! Some co-op when several of their top execs were receiving 700k in earnings last year? surely there's some conflict of interest here with this? Peter Marks must be rubbing his hands of the thought of creaming off 1.2m+ next year??? Will he be sharing that with his employers i wonder? Read too that the council is funding their new H/Q around Miller St, costing them/us the taxpayer 20m!! plus the landscaping around amounting to 12m.....no wonder they are laughing all the way to the bank! literally....wonder if they all vote labour by any chance?? This kind fo nepotism is why the city is in the doghouse now! Its got to be stopped, seriously.

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