Andrew Allison, national grassroots coordinator for the Taxpayers Alliance said: “If Coun Brady is really going to cut senior management costs and save at least £1m. it is good news for taxpayers.
“However we have heard promises in the past about cutting staff mileage rates which are still among the most generous in the country and we still haven’t heard anything back.
“Our Town Hall Rich List shows in 2010-2011 Hull’s chief executive Nicola Yates was on a package of almost £223,000 including pension contributions. Many people will look around their pot-holed streets and wonder if all these high salaries are worth it.”