Chief executive Elvery has quit £180,000 Croydon Council job
I say nothing
The council’s CEO is the third senior executive to announce their departure from Croydon so far this year. WALTER CRONXITE reports
Ambitious for Croydon? Hmm, maybe the allure of the £1 billion Hammersfield development is not so attractive after all: Nathan Elvery, who as financial director, deputy chief executive and latterly as chief executive, has presided over thousands of job cuts at Croydon Council in recent years, is to create the ultimate vacancy by quitting his £180,000-plus CEO’s job.
“Some might say it is a case of the biggest rat jumping ship before telling anyone it is sinking,” another council furry creature – our mole inside the council HQ – said this afternoon.
Elvery is to take up the post of chief executive at West Sussex County Council, a local authority which is itself floundering as a result of Tory mismanagement. Two years ago, they…
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