Alan Lovell appointed as new Environment Agency chair

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Alan Lovell | Credit: Environment Agency
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Alan Lovell | Credit: Environment Agency

Experienced business leader to take up post in September, replacing outgoing chair Emma Howard Boyd

Alan Lovell has been appointed chair of the Environment Agency, where he will take up the reins in September following the departure of outgoing chair Emma Howard Boyd, the government announced yesterday....

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