Issue 22 September 2021

Matters

New Cabinet Member for Housing and Planning

Councillor Robert SalisburyCouncillor Robert Salisbury has been named as the new Mid Sussex District Council Cabinet Member for Housing and Planning. The change follows the sad passing of Councillor Andrew MacNaughton, previous holder of the post.

In addition to being a Mid Sussex District Council representative for Cuckfield, Councillor Salisbury was also due to be Vice Chairman in the current Council year. Due to his new Cabinet role he has relinquished his Vice Chairman role and a replacement will be appointed at the September Council meeting.

Councillor Jonathan Ash-Edwards, Leader of Mid Sussex District Council said: “Robert is a very experienced Councillor who will make a valuable addition to the Cabinet. He will bring significant planning knowledge and experience to the role, most recently illustrated as Chairman of the District Planning Committee. This experience will be vital for the forthcoming review of the District Plan.”

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