Eamonn Boylan

Chief Executive, Greater Manchester Combined Authority

Eamonn Boylan was appointed Chief Executive of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in January 2017. Prior to that he was Chief Executive of Stockport MBC from 2011. While at Stockport Eamonn led the Council’s £1 billion programme of investment in infrastructure and town centre regeneration.

Previous roles include Deputy Chief Executive of both the Homes and Communities Agency (responsible for all national regeneration programmes) and Manchester City Council where he led the Regeneration Division and helped shape Strategic Regeneration programmes across the city.

As the Chief Executive of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, Eamonn chairs the Greater Manchester Wider Leadership Team and has responsibility for Policy & Strategy and a wide range of Greater Manchester services including Fire and Rescue, Waste, Transport, Economic Development and Planning. He also is jointly accountable for the Greater Manchester Strategic Plan for the transformation of Health and Social Care.

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Greater Manchester sets out 5-year Cyber Strategy

Greater Manchester has launched a new Cyber Strategy for 2023-28 that sets out how the city-region plans to build on its successes in this sector for the next five years. The five-year plan details how the city region will continue its growth within the cyber...

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