CPT team changes
CPT has made some changes to its teams in the East Midlands, Yorkshire and London & South East, as well as at its Operations Department at Drury House in the capital. Keith McNally, the current Manager for the East Midlands and Yorkshire regions, has been promoted to the newly created role of Operations Manager at CPT’s head office. In addition to responding to general member enquires and offering compliance support and assistance, Keith will have specific responsibility for liaising and representing CPT with local authorities across the London and South East, as well as providing operational and technical support to members in the region. Richard Godson, a former coach operator who has over 30 years experience in the industry, has been appointed as Keith’s successor in the East Midlands and Yorkshire.
Coaching Executive, Andy Warrender, has been promoted to the role of Coaching Manager. This new role is intended to further reinforce the organisation’s commitment to providing coach operator members with unrivalled support and back up. Following her move to the south coast, long serving member of staff Diane Spring has left her position as Receptionist. A replacement will be announced in due course.
CPT’s Deputy Chief Executive, Peter Gomersall, said, ‘CPT continues to look at how it can best serve its members, and I believe these staff changes will ensure we continue to fully represent the interests of our bus and coach operators during increasingly tough times. I would like to congratulate both Keith and Andy on their respective promotions and Richard on his appointment as Manager for East Midlands and Yorkshire.’