STOP PRESS: Katwa joins Malvern Hills council

Malvern Hills district council has appointed Heena Katwa as its first head of corporate communications. Katwa joins from financial services company Cityscape, where she was head of corporate communications. The council has hired Westminster Public Relations to undertake a communications audit. It is undergoing a reorganisation as it will lose nearly half of its geographical area next year as part of a wider reorganisation of local government.

Malvern Hills district council has appointed Heena Katwa as its

first head of corporate communications. Katwa joins from financial

services company Cityscape, where she was head of corporate

communications. The council has hired Westminster Public Relations to

undertake a communications audit. It is undergoing a reorganisation as

it will lose nearly half of its geographical area next year as part of a

wider reorganisation of local government.



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