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It’s official: Mark Rogers confirmed as ‘moving on’ from the Council

It’s official: Mark Rogers confirmed as ‘moving on’ from the Council

🕔19.Feb 2017

The Chief Executive of Birmingham City Council, Mark Rogers, has announced that he will be moving on from the role.

The news follows the story exclusively revealed last night by Chamberlain Files that Mark Rogers would be leaving the Council. 

Mr Rogers said:

Birmingham City Council has been on a challenging journey of improvement and reform over the past three years and I am hugely proud of the team I have worked with to deliver much needed changes in culture, practice and performance.

I leave the council in a much stronger position than when I joined it and, with the proposed budget and transformation plans set out for the next two years, now is a good time to pass on the baton.

I look forward to my colleagues future successes as I know that they can build on firm foundations and continue the modernisation journey we have started together.

Leader of the Council, Councillor John Clancy said:

I’d like to thank Mark for his hard work and commitment over the past three years during what has been the most difficult and challenging of times for Birmingham City Council. I wish Mark all the very best for the future.

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