West Lindsey District Council has announced one appointment and promotion to its team.
Di Krochmal has been promoted to the role of assistant director of homes and communities after previously helping to shape the council’s housing and investment strategy. Krochmal will draw on her experience of enabling the delivery of homes and environments that meet the needs of the community.
Nova Roberts joins as assistant director of change management and regulatory services from South Kesteven District Council. Roberts will lead the council’s people focused change and performance management strategy with the aim of delivering customer centric services for the residents of the district.
Krochmal said: “One of the key objectives will be to tackle the inequalities across the district, which will make a real difference to people’s lives. We recognise that to build resilient communities we have to look more holistically at housing, health and wellbeing and community. We need to support job creation, address poverty and exclusion and meet the diverse needs of the residents of our district - only then can we really enhance their lives.
“We acknowledge that it is not a quick fix and that we can’t do it alone, but I am thrilled to work with the council and our wider partners to build on the foundations we have laid.”
Pictured: Di Krochmal
Thumbnail: Nova Roberts
Image credit | West Lindsey District Council