A’Hearn leaves NIEA to head SEPA

Terry A’Hearn has been appointed the new chief executive of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency. He will leave his post in Northern Ireland in April

Terry A'Hearn will take the helm at SEPA in AprilTerry A’Hearn is leaving his post as head of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) to take up the same position in Scotland.

He will take over from James Curran as chief executive of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) in April.

A’Hearn has previously worked for environmental consultancy WSP and for the Environment Protection Authority in the Australian state of Victoria.

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