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COLLEY TOPS CIPFA COUNCIL POLL

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Rugby BC chief executive Diane Colley topped the poll in the recent CIPFA council elections. ...
Rugby BC chief executive Diane Colley topped the poll in the recent CIPFA council elections.

Ms Colley attracted 2,707 votes, with Blackpool BC principal accountant Margaret Rawding coming second with 2,657 votes.

Turnout at the elections was 4,645, a 17% increase on last year. CIPFA president Ian Wood said: 'Institute members have given the council a real mandate for action and reversed the declining turnout of previous years.

21 new members elected to CIPFA Council

Election candidates are categorised in four groups:

Local Government:Diane Colley, Rugby BC

Margaret Rawding, Blackpool BC

Mike Weaver, Worcestershire CC

Mike Shaw, Gateshead, MBC

Tony Redmond, Harrow LBC

John Butler, East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Chris Bilsland, Somerset CC

Tim Day, Stafford BC

Health:Hilary Daniels, North West Anglia Health Authority

Ian Perkin, St George's Healthcare NHS Trust

Audit:Chris Hurford, The Audit Commission

Mike Barnes, The Audit Commission

Other:Jeff Pipe, Freelance Consultancy

David Chynowth, USS Ltd

Cathy Bell, Woronora Consulting

John Scotford, Freelance Consultancy

Roger Tabor, Post Office

Stephen Sheen, Price Waterhouse and Co

John Sandbach, Liverpool Metropolitan University

Diane Colley topped the poll in this year's elections with 2,707 votes and Margaret Rawding came second with 2,657 votes.

Ian Wood, president of CIPFA commented:

'We are obviously delighted by the results. The long running success of the Institute depends on the qualities and experience which council members bring to their duties. By voting in such numbers this year, institute members have given the council a real mandate for action and reversed the declining turnout of previous years.'

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