Advisor Leaving Regeneration Board

Press release Jan 27 2020

Advisor to leave Regeneration Board

After six years as Advisor to the Bognor Regis Regeneration Board, David Myers has decided not to renew his contract when it finishes at the end of April 2020. David has had a long involvement with the Board initially representing Bognor Regis Ltd, on behalf of the major businesses in the town.


Raof Daud , Chair, said: ‘We are very sorry that David will be leaving the Board after six years. He has been able to bring his extensive business experience, knowledge and contacts to the Board in pursuit of its objective to make Bognor Regis a great place to work, live and enjoy. He has been a firm advocate of the public private partnership approach which has facilitated and encouraged a conducive environment for investment in Bognor Regis. Particular credit should go to David for his success in widening membership of the Board, recruiting new members and improving the Board’s sustainability.”.

David commented: “It has been a privilege to work with the Board’s partners to move forward important investments in Bognor Regis. These range from the University of Chichester’s Business School and Technology Park, Butlin’s three hotels and Water Park, the Oldlands Farm and Saltbox employment sites which have brought new job opportunities and of course the Rolls-Royce Motors Logistics facility.”

Raof continued “The Board is keen to recruit an individual who has had previous senior leadership experience in this part-time role, to replace David, who will be able to give practical and strategic guidance to the Board and has a real interest in the economic and social development of Bognor Regis. Details are published on the Board’s website at: or interested parties can contact”.

Editors notes:
Contact: David Myers
Tel: 01243 266710
Mobile: 07771 904044
David Myers is Advisor to the Bognor Regis Regeneration Board
The Bognor Regis Regeneration Board was established in 2007. It brings together leading representatives from the key public, private and community stakeholders in Bognor Regis. The Board came together recognising a collective and cohesive approach would generate and secure better outcomes for those who live and work in the Town. The Board is independent and not a part of, or a subsidiary body of any organisation or agency.

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