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St Helena : ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES - INTERIM DIRECTOR APPOINTED
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 25.05.2013 (Article Archived on 22.06.2013)

The current Director of the Environment and Natural Resources Directorate (ENRD), Tony Earnshaw, will depart St Helena on Sunday 26 May 2013. Tony is returning to the UK for vital and personal family reasons.







ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL
RESOURCES - INTERIM DIRECTOR APPOINTED



 



 









The current Director of the
Environment and Natural Resources Directorate (ENRD), Tony Earnshaw, will
depart St Helena on Sunday 26 May 2013. Tony is returning to the UK for vital
and personal family reasons.



 



Following Tony’s departure, Paul
McGinnety, Social Policy Planner, will assume the role of Director of ENRD - on
an Interim basis, while a substantive Director is recruited.



Susan O’Bey, Acting Chief
Secretary, commented:



 



‘Paul has been leading on
the formulation of a Social Policy Plan for St Helena and has made very good
progress. But, now that we are in a period of Purdah, prior to the General
Election on 17 July, this work has had to be put on hold until after that date.



 



‘We are very pleased that
Paul has agreed to take on the role of Interim Director of ENRD. Tony and his
team have done an excellent job in laying the foundations for the newly formed
Directorate and we are confident that Paul will build on this by embedding the
reforms and keeping the work of the Directorate on a steady course’.



 



These interim management
arrangements are designed to ensure a smooth transition into the new ENRD
structure and to minimise disruption to Government business.



SHG



 

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