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TIP FOR THE TOP AT LANCASHIRE'S REGENERATION ARM

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The People section of the Financial Times (p8) looks at the recent career path of a man who has 'gone full circle'....
The People section of the Financial Times (p8) looks at the recent career path of a man who has 'gone full circle'.

David Taylor, who in April resigned suddenly as chief executive of the government's urban regeneration agency English Partnerships, has reappeared as a part-time 'executive consultant' at Lancashire Enterprises, the privatised economic development arm of Lancashire CC.

The FT says that Mr Taylor has been mentioned as a successor to the enterprises' chairman Jim Mason, who is 72, and/or the body's deputy chair Louise Ellman, who is leader of the county council and certain of becoming an MP.

Taylor was once the chief executive of Lancashire Enterprises, but was happy to move on to AMEC developments after differences with Mr Mason. The FT reports that Mason and Taylor said in Liverpool this week that past differences were truly buried.
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