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Civil engineer to head Strathclyde PTE

3rd May 1986, Page 24
3rd May 1986
Page 24
Page 24, 3rd May 1986 — Civil engineer to head Strathclyde PTE
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• .1 senior administrati‘ t officer at Strathclyde Regional Council and a civil engineer by profession is to become director-general of Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive later this year.

Steve Lockley, principal executive officer in the region's chief executive's office for the past six years, will take charge of the rrE in October when the present director-general, Alan Westwell, becomes managing director of Strathclyde Buses, the company which is taking over the PTE's Glasgow city bus fleet.

Locldey has been with Strathclyde Region since its formation in 1975.

Before that, he spent three years in charge of Lanark County Council's forward planning and first moved to Scotland from Lancashire, where he was with the NorthWest Construction Unit.

He has been a non-executive director of the PTE since September 1985 and in his new role will be responsible for operation of the Glasgow Underground and its staff of 250 and for around 70 headquarters staff who will work on strategic development.

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