Heritage Foundation appoints new chief executive
The Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation board has named the successor to Stuart Kenny, who retires after 15 years at the end of June. John Lewis, 44, will take over the reigns as the Foundation s chief executive and will be looking to re-locate fro
The Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation board has named the successor to Stuart Kenny, who retires after 15 years at the end of June.
John Lewis, 44, will take over the reigns as the Foundation's chief executive and will be looking to re-locate from his present home in Milton Keynes, nearer to the world's first Garden City, in due course.
Mr Lewis is currently chief executive of Milton Keynes Partnership which was created in 2004 and is responsible for the city's growth, development and investment. It is a committee of the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), the single housing and regeneration agency for England.
In fact, Mr Lewis is also acting director of New Ventures and Partnerships at the HCA which includes responsibility for the Agency's national property and regeneration programme.
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Mr Lewis will take up his post on August 9.
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