HS2 chairman takes job at Gatwick
Sir David Higgins becomes chairman at airport as high-speed rail project continues to look for permanent chief executive
HS2’s chairman, Sir David Higgins, is to become chairman of Gatwick next month, leaving the £55bn high-speed rail project with an increasingly occupied figurehead and no permanent chief executive.
Higgins, who also spends time working in Australia as a director of the Commonwealth Bank, will take over from Sir Roy McNulty on 1 January at the Sussex airport.
Source: Guardian Transport