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Clive heads for a new destination

30 Apr 2013

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Clive Dwyer has resigned as Destination Docklands chair after less than seven months in the role.

Mr Dwyer was appointed to the position in November last year but resigned last month after accepting a job in Abu Dhabi.

Destination Docklands CEO Anita Donnelly said she couldn’t confirm details of Mr Dwyer’s new position or the company he was working for.

Docklands News was unable to contact Mr Dwyer.

Deputy chairperson Darren Walls has now taken on the role of acting chairperson.

A decision on the new chair is unlikely to be made before Destination Docklands funding is secured.

The organisations’ funding agreement with council expires in June and it presented a three-year funding proposal to council in March.  

Council is expected to announce its decision on the proposal this month, following the 2013-2014 budget deliberations.

Docklands Chamber of Commerce president Stephen Clement has announced that he has also accepted a new role.

The position is outside of Docklands but Mr Clement has made a commitment to continue his role as chamber president.

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