The controversial proposed high-speed rail link from London to the north of England, HS2, has hired Andy Taylor as head of public affairs.
Gatwick Airport has brought in Fishburn Hedges and the London Communications Agency (LCA) on an integrated PR and public affairs brief, as it looks to gain support for building a controversial second runway.
The UK's air traffic service provider has launched a pitch process for lobbying help after the Government grounded plans to sell off the body.
Rail link operator seeks comms help as Government considers future of British transport.
Etihad Airways has appointed Bell Pottinger as the airline's agency in the UK.
Arriva has pitched a wide-ranging comms brief that includes lobbying local authorities that have been handed new transport powers.
10 Oct 2012
| by Hannah Crown and Matt Cartmell
After rail franchise U-turn, the CIPR suggests CEOs should be included on statutory lobby register.
Emirates has shifted its lobbying account to Insight Public Affairs, out of Bell Pottinger Public Affairs, the second Emirates brief to move from Lord Bell's group this summer.
Sir Richard Branson's media campaign over losing the West Coast Main Line franchise has shown that 'attack can be the best form of defence', according to comms agency directors.
31 Jul 2012
| by John Owens
Airport operator BAA has finalised a new project-based roster as Heathrow faces global scrutiny during the Olympics influx.