Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council has made two appointments to its senior team.

Greg Bowkett has been appointed as the Head of Service for Human Resources & Organisational Development and Leeann Vincent has been made Head of Service for Assets.

Greg moved to Lisburn in 2021, having grown up in Wolverhampton and graduated from the University of Warwick.  With a professional background in human resources, he brings a wealth of experience to LCCC from a wide range of sectors including education and housing.  

He said: “I have always chosen to work for organisations with a keen social purpose. I’m looking forward to leading a committed and dedicated team and want to drive improvements for managers and staff that will enable the council to achieve its goals for the good of all residents in the area.”

Leeann holds a degree in Business & Information Technology from Queen’s University Belfast, as well as a Postgraduate Diploma in Construction Surveying and a Master’s Degree in Construction Law. She is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Building. 

Leeann’s new role as Head of Assets will include overseeing the council’s Corporate Procurement Unit, Construction Services and Estates Management.  Her experience in senior public and private sector roles as well as a background in construction and public service, make her well-placed to support lead this area on behalf of LCCC. 

Leeann said: “I’m looking forward to supporting on the wide variety of functions and services at Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council. ”

David Burns, Chief Executive of LCCC said: “Leeann and Greg both have proven professional track records and they will be invaluable assets to their respective teams and the wider council. I am confident that their leadership, expertise and vision will significantly contribute to the work of the council.”