London Gatwick appoints Lesley Hall as Environment, Health and Safety Director and promotes Bronwen Jones to Development Director

  • Lesley Hall appointed Environment, Health and Safety Director
  • Bronwen Jones appointed Development Director
  • Gatwick Airport’s CEO, Stewart Wingate, said: “These appointments demonstrate Gatwick’s ongoing commitment to providing our passengers with the very best airport facilities and service possible.”

LONDON, 2018-Mar-05 — /Travel PR News/ — London Gatwick has announced today (01/03/2018) that Lesley Hall has been appointed to the position of Environment, Health and Safety Director (EHS), while Bronwen Jones has been promoted to Development Director.

Lesley joined the airport’s Executive Management Board at the beginning of 2018 and, with her colleagues, will be developing the performance and culture of EHS at Gatwick Airport, ensuring it continues to achieve excellence and recognition across the wider UK aviation sector.

In her previous role Lesley was the Head of EHS for the Merchant Power business at Centrica, including: power stations, offshore wind farms and new energy technology projects. Lesley brings with her a wealth of EHS experience from a wide range of industries both within the UK and internationally, having previously held roles with the Brett Group, BP Gas, BP Alternative Energy and as a HM Inspector with the Health & Safety Executive

As Development Director, Bronwen also joins the Board and will work closely with Tim Norwood, Corporate Affairs, Sustainability and Planning Director, and Ray Melee, Construction Director to help deliver the airport’s ambitious plans for continued growth. This work will ensure Gatwick has a robust and deliverable 10-year Capital Investment Plan (CIP) which aligns with the wider UK aviation and airspace strategy.

Bronwen, who was previously Head of Development at Gatwick, joined BAA in 1989 as a graduate trainee and has worked in a wide variety of operational and capital development roles. She has played a central role in some of the airport’s largest transformational programmes including: self-service bag drop, the North Terminal Development Programme and the creation of Gatwick Connects.

Gatwick Airport’s Chief Executive Officer, Stewart Wingate, said: 

“I am delighted Lesley Hall and Bronwen Jones have joined Gatwick’s executive team and I look forward to the breadth of experience they will both bring to their new roles.

“These appointments demonstrate Gatwick’s ongoing commitment to providing our passengers with the very best airport facilities and service possible.”

About London Gatwick

Gatwick Airport is the UK’s second largest airport and the most efficient single-runway airport in the world. It serves more than 228 destinations in 74 countries for 45 million passengers a year on short and long-haul point-to-point services. It is also a major economic driver for the UK contributing £5.3 billion to national GDP and generating 85,000 jobs nationally, with around 24,000 on the wider airport campus alone. The airport is south of Central London with excellent public transport links, including the Gatwick Express, and is part of the Oyster contactless payment network. Gatwick Airport is owned by a group of international investment funds, of which Global Infrastructure Partners is the largest shareholder.

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