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Office Of The Rail Regulator: Senior Staff
15 January 2001
Volume 620
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asked Her Majesty's Government:For how many years each senior staff member has been employed in the Office of the Rail Regulator; and how long was their previous experience in the railway industry. [HL205]

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The Office of the Rail Regulator has been in existence for seven years. The table below shows the length of time each of the 15 senior staff members has been employed there. Some senior staff have been associated with the railways for up to 25 years. But to regulate efficiently and effectively, the Orr requires experience and expertise, not only of the core railway disciplines but also of the regulatory, marketing, legal and economic conditions associated with the broader aspects of the rail industry.

Number of staffLength of service
27 years
16 years 9 months
16 years 5 months
13 years 6 months
13 years
21 years 6 months
11 year 3 months
11 year 2 months
29 months
18 months
16 months
15 months