Month: May 2019

HS2 – A Prime Minister’s Prerogative

The UK’s largest infrastructure programme has always been contentious, not least due to its route and plethora of environmental issues, but now it is being drawn into the Conservative Party Leadership race. With two candidates left in the running to be the next Prime Minister there is more than just their views on Brexit that …

CPC staff complete Mental Health Awareness workshops

Over the last eight weeks, CPC Project Services (CPC) staff have been taking part in a series of workshops exploring Mental Health and Anxiety in the Workplace. The sessions, run by Jon Manning of Arthur Ellis – a not-for-profit organisation specialising in mental health support – were split into two key areas targeting managers and …

Women in Rail celebrates leaders in diversity

On 15 May, the second annual Women in Rail Awards took place celebrating the achievements of those that are making an impact in the areas of gender balance, diversity and inclusion in the rail industry. Nusrat Ghani MP gave a keynote speech, which focussed on the need for ambition, commitment, and drive to deliver the …