Antony Kildare, Chief Executive of Aquaterra Leisure has announced he will be leaving mid-July 2016, after a successful period in the role.
For over four and half years, Antony has been at the helm leading Aquaterra’s transformation, restructuring, complex contract mobilisation, business development and acquisition activities in response to key market changes and in line with the charity’s long term strategy.
Antony said: “I am extremely proud of what has been achieved during my time as Aquaterra’s Chief Executive to encourage healthier, happier and fitter communities. There have been so many highlights from new business wins, contracts and acquisitions to supporting and delivering projects for the disabled, those with health problems and disadvantaged groups. I will of course miss my team and the support of all Aquaterra’s staff – our greatest asset – and wish them and the Board continued success.”
As Aquaterra moves into its next phase of development and focuses its strategy on projects in the South West and in active health programmes, Antony felt the timing was right to seek a fresh career challenge and to expand his work as an experienced Non Executive Director.
Aquaterra Chair Neil Best said: “Antony has risen to the many challenges Aquaterra has faced. He has developed new business opportunities and overseen the transformation of the organisation. He is highly regarded by the Board and by the staff. On behalf of the organisation I would like to thank Antony for his commitment, energy and effort over the last four and a half years. We would like to wish him every success for the future.”