Councillor Kevin Maton

Party: Labour

Ward: Henley

Other councillors representing this Ward:

Surgery details

Call 07852 450 953 or e-mail kevin.maton@coventry.gov.uk

Contact information

Correspondence address: 
C/O Member Services
The Council House
Earl Street
Coventry
CV1 5RR

Bus. phone:  024 7683 3932

Mobile:  07852 450 953

Email:  kevin.maton@coventry.gov.uk

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Responsibilities

Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 04/05/2006 - 06/05/2010
  • 06/05/2010 - 26/05/2014
  • 26/05/2014 -

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

Kevin has been a member of the Labour Party for 32 years. He first served as a Coventry City Councillor representing Whoberley Ward for 16 years until May 2003. During that time he served in a senior capacity in areas related to Education, Economic Development and Planning and was in Coventry City Council’s first Cabinet, where he was responsible for Social Services. He was then elected to Coventry City Council in 2006, representing Henley Ward. He is currently Chair of the Planning Committee

 

Having worked for local government and consultancy organisations for many years, he ran his own consultancy operation from the end of 2001 until 2007. These jobs have utilised his 32 years experience of planning, economic development and regeneration policy development and analysis. Since July 2007 he has worked with Social Enterprise West Midlands, an organisation supporting and promoting a strong, visible, growing and sustainable social enterprise sector across the Region. In 2011 SEWM became a Community Interest Company, so now operates as a fully-fledged social enterprise.

 

He is a graduate of Lanchester Polytechnic’s (now Coventry University) School of Urban and Regional Planning.

 

Public appointments: Kevin is the Vice Chair of the Corporation of City College Coventry and is a Governor of Tile Hill Wood School and Language College and at Sir Frank Whittle Primary School. He is a Board member of Whitefriars Housing, Chair of Arthur Rank Training and a Board member of the Moat House Trust.