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GBR employs 180 people but legal status is ‘at least two years away’

Rail

Rhodri Clark
12 April 2022
Andrew Haines: Less than 50% of the workforce is Network Rail and we’re really keen that 
remains the case
Andrew Haines: Less than 50% of the workforce is Network Rail and we’re really keen that remains the case

 

The Great British Railways transition team now has a workforce of about 180, including some people from non-rail retail, the House of Commons transport committee was informed last week, though the organisation as yet has no legal status.

“Within Network Rail, which is where the transition team is currently hosted, it’s about 180, which is 100 secondees and then about 80 consultants,” said Network Rail chief executive Andrew Haines, who is leading the transition...

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