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    Vale of Glamorgan council: £280k directors plan criticised

    Two new directors costing as much as £140,000 each are set to be hired by Vale of Glamorgan council.

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    The senior leadership shake-up was greenlit on Tuesday.

    Concerns were raised it was “inappropriate” at a time of council tax increases, new fees and charges, and service cuts.

    Bosses said the changes were needed to better focus on strategy and long term problems like the climate crisis and coronavirus.

    After consulting with staff, the authority will hire the directors and change the role of managing director to chief executive.

    According to the Local Democracy Reporting Service a new director of place will help bid for extra funding and lead the response on climate change.

    And a director of corporate resources will look after council finances, lead on setting the budget and help with “transformational change”.

    The additions will bring the number of directors up from three to five.

    Currently six department chiefs and the three directors report to the managing director.

    After the changes only the five directors will report to the chief executive.

    The changes were approved during full council, when Labour council leader Neil Moore said: “These changes are necessary in order to carry out the functions of the authority to the best standards and to remain the best performing authority in Wales.

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