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Information about Executive

The Executive is appointed by the Leader and is responsible both for proposing new policy and the budget to the Council and for implementing and delivering the agreed policy framework and budget.


The Executive consists of eight members from the majority group and responsibilities are divided into portfolios with each Executive member holding a portfolio as follows:


Cllr Julia Potts (Leader)


  • Corporate Strategy incl Policy and Governance
  • Regeneration and Major Schemes (Brightwells & Dunsfold Park)
  • Local Enterprise Partnership (EM3 LEP)
  • HR
  • Representing Waverley Borough Council
  • Partnership Working and Strategy


Cllr Ged Hall (Deputy Leader)

            Vice-Chairman – Finance & Communications

  • Financial Strategy
  • Benefits and Welfare
  • Procurement
  • Property
  • Communications and Public Relations
  • Representing Waverley Borough Council


Cllr Chris Storey

            Policy and Customer Services

  • Local Plan Part II
  • CIL (policy)
  • Neighbourhood Plans
  • Planning Policy
  • Customer Services & Internal IT


Cllr Jim Edwards

            Economic and Community Development

  • Economic Development and Income Generation
  • Place Shaping
  • Waverley Training Services
  • Youth and Young People


Cllr Kevin Deanus

            Operational & Enforcement Services

  • Operational Planning
  • Planning Enforcement
  • Building Control
  • CIL ( ongoing implementation)
  • Civil Enforcement


Cllr Andrew Bolton



  • Waste and Recycling
  • Environmental Health
  • Sustainability
  • Grants
  • Flooding (incl Godalming Flood Alleviation Scheme)
  • Car Parks


Cllr Jenny Else

            Health, Wellbeing, Culture, Parks and Countryside

  • Health and Wellbeing – incl older residents and care groups
  • Centres for the Community
  • Frensham Visitor Hub
  • Leisure Centres, Sports and Culture
  • Parks, Countryside and Playgrounds

Cllr Carole King


  • Management of Waverley Housing
  • Strategic Housing and Delivery
  • Liaison with Social Landlords
  • Community Safety


The work of the Executive is set out in a Forward Work Programme which contains the key decisions the Executive expects to make over the next four or more months. It also gives notice of any reports which will be discussed in Exempt (Confidential) session from which the public and press are excluded.


The Executive agenda gives notice of meetings and details the items to be considered, including brief details of any items to be discussed in Exempt.


The day after the meeting, a Decision Bulletin is published which lists the Executive decisions taken and sets out those matters that can be called-in for scrutiny by the Overview & Scrutiny Committees.