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HSRL promotes Graham Cross to Chief Executive

Posted 22 May 2018 · Add Comment

The Board of Heathrow Southern Railway Limited (HSRL) - the independent venture set up to transform the rail network serving Britain’s busiest airport – has announced the promotion of Graham Cross to the position of Chief Executive.


Courtesy HSRL
 
Graham joined HSRL during 2017 working closely with Steve Costello as a co-Executive Director. The HSRL Board decided to promote Graham at Steve’s request to recognise the importance of clear leadership at the next critical stages for the Heathrow Southern Railway project.
 
HSRL Chair, Baroness Jo Valentine, said: “With the UK Department for Transport and other stakeholders now actively engaged in securing a privately-financed railway to Heathrow and resolving this decades-old issue, HSRL is pleased to be able to place its full trust and executive authority with such a seasoned infrastructure development expert as Graham Cross. 

"We also look forward to continuing to work with Steve Costello whose drive and vision has brought us to where we are today.  Steve will continue to be heavily involved as an Executive Director as we go forward.”

 

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