New permanent chief executive for Norwich City Council confirmedPublished on Friday, 28th April 2023
Louise Rawsthorne has been formally appointed as Norwich City Council’s permanent chief executive.
City council set to confirm appointment of new chief executivePublished: Thursday, 20th April 2023
Louise Rawsthorne, who stepped into the role of interim chief executive at the council last month, has been put forward as the top candidate to become the council’s permanent chief executive.
Budget approval to invest millions in council services and future of the cityPublished: Wednesday, 22nd February 2023
Like many individuals, families, businesses and other organisations around the country, the council has had to get to grips with one of the biggest financial challenges it's faced in recent history.
City council’s chief executive to take up new rolePublished: Thursday, 19th January 2023
Stephen Evans, the city council’s chief executive since January 2020, is set to become the chief executive of Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) Council.
New faces on Norwich City Council’s cabinetPublished: Friday, 30th July 2021
A focus on the environment is at the heart of the decision to increase the number of cabinet members at the council from eight to nine, allowing for added attention on climate change.
Call by council leader to extend EU deadlinePublished: Wednesday, 30th June 2021
The leader of Norwich City Council, Councillor Alan Waters, has urged the government to extend the deadline for the EU Settlement Scheme.
Lord Mayor and Sheriff sworn in at civic ceremonyPublished: Tuesday, 21st May 2019
The new Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich have taken on their civic roles after being ceremonially appointed today.
Scrutiny committee meeting to be held at Harford Community CentrePublished: Thursday, 12th October 2017
Norwich City Council’s scrutiny committee will meet at Harford Community Centre at 4.30pm on Thursday 19 October 2017.
Opening the doors to democracyPublished: Friday, 6th October 2017
If you’re passionate about your local area and want to know more about decision making in Norwich, come along to City Hall during this year’s Local Democracy Week (Monday 9 – Friday 13 October).
Norwich group leaders unite against racismPublished: Thursday, 30th June 2016
A statement from Norwich party leaders.