CCW consults on changes to regional committees
CCW is consulting on proposed changes to its structure which would see it reduce the number of committees it has across England and Wales.
Under the proposals our five existing committees which are spread across the two countries would be replaced by just two – one leading our work in England and another focused on Wales.
These two committees would have a much more strategic role and would be led by our Board Chair Rob Light and Wales Chair Rhodri Williams respectively.
You can read more about the plans in our consultation document here
The consultation closes on 30th April 2020.
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