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A Question from a member who wishes to remain anonymous

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Question for JP At what age do National Parks chief executives retire and what is your date please? Thank you
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Isn't that a personal matter between employee and employer?


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Normal retirement age is 65 but under the Equality Act 2010 a member of staff has the right to request not to be retired.

Just saying  tounge-in-cheek

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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JP will retire when he wants, like others its up to him, he could still be at the helm for many years to come.

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This is what they have been asking over on the Norfolk Broads News page on Facebook, where they think that Ask JP isn't engaging with stakeholders. Also just saying.

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Just being facetious this sort of rubbish doesn't help the situation.

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Question for JP At what age do National Parks chief executives retire and what is your date please? Thank you ......."
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Why would JP be interested in that question?

He's not a national park chief. Let's keep things legal and The Broads are not, legally, a national park. Even Packman would have to agree with that statement.

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Paladine is correct in his response, other than that there is no need for an employee to make a request to work beyond 65.

There is now no such thing as a normal retirement age in relation to most jobs. This includes all posts at the Broads Authority and as far as I am aware the same is true for the 14 National Park Authorities in the UK.

As an exception to the general rule I understand that circuit judges for example have to retire at 70.

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John


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