Katie Stewart

Director of Environment, Planning and Enforcement

Roles and responsibilities

Katie is responsible for a wide range of environment, planning and enforcement services.

Key roles and responsibilities:

  • Delivering Growth without Gridlock - our 20 year transport delivery plan
  • Co-ordinating the Kent Environment Strategy
  • Leading on flood risk management and resilience
  • Management of Kent's Public Rights of Way network, Kent Trading Standards, Coroners and Kent Scientific Services
  • Implementing planning and transport policy, including the minerals and waste development framework and delivery of KCC services through districts
  • Leading on creating stronger and safer communities particularly through Kent Community Safety Partnership, community wardens and Emergency Planning
  • Driving the development of sport and physical activity in the county and managing high quality country parks
  • Management of Kent County Council's gypsy and traveller's service.

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