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02/04/2024

NI Water Board Chair And Non-Executive Director Appointed

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Infrastructure Minister, John O'Dowd has appointed Josephine Aston as Chair to the Board of Northern Ireland Water (NIW) and Daniel McSorley to serve as a Non-Executive Director.

Minister O’Dowd said: "I am pleased to announce the appointments of Josephine and Daniel to these important posts. I am confident that with their knowledge of the opportunities and challenges facing NI Water, they will make valuable contributions to the work of the Board in their roles going forward."

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Mr O'Dowd recognised the work of the outgoing Chair, Dr Len O’Hagan and the outgoing Non-Executive Member, Mr Peter McNaney, during their tenure on the Board since 2015 in both instances.

NIW is responsible for the provision of water and sewerage services throughout Northern Ireland. The NIW Board offers impartial assessments on matters of strategy, performance, governance and executive appointments.

The appointments have been effective from 1 April 2024 and will be for a period of up to four years.

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