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Scarborough Council Cabinet Roles Revealed

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Published by Local Democracy Reporter Carl Gavaghan at 5:24pm 12th June 2019. (Updated at 6:53am 13th June 2019)

The responsibilities for each of Scarborough Council’s new cabinet members have been finalised.

The Labour leader of the council, Cllr Steve Siddons, has today released who will be doing what in his new, reduced executive.

With the cabinet reducing from eight to four members it means the councillors will each have wide briefs, which broadly mirror that of Scarborough’s three directors.

The new cabinet’s roles and responsibilities are as follows:

Cllr Steve Siddons (Lab), leader:

  • Leadership of the Council
  • Information Security
  • Audit and Fraud
  • Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Elections
  • Civic
  • Corporate Modernisation
  • ICT
  • Major Projects

Cllr Liz Colling (Lab) cabinet member for Economy, Communities & Commercial:

  • Regeneration
  • Strategic Land and Estates
  • Economic Development
  • Strategic Transport
  • Tourism and Marketing
  • Markets
  • Employment and Skills
  • Customers, Communities and Partnerships
  • Development and Operation of Leisure Facilities
  • Museums and Art Gallery
  • Planning
  • Town Centre Management

Cllr Tony Randerson (Lab), cabinet member for Legal, Democratic & Governance:

  • Regulation and Governance
  • Environmental, Regulation and Resilience
  • Procurement and Print
  • Legal
  • Performance Management
  • Local Land Charges
  • Democratic Services
  • Car Parking
  • Events

Cllr Janet Jefferson (Independent), cabinet member for Finance and Operations:

  • Corporate Investment
  • Corporate Finance
  • Treasury and Risk Management
  • Housing
  • Crematoriums and Cemeteries
  • Waste Collection and Recycling
  • Street Scene
  • Benefits
  • Local Tax
  • Countryside Services
  • Parks and Gardens
  • Asset Management
  • Public Conveniences
  • Harbours

The new cabinet will meet for the first time on Tuesday next week.

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