Cleanliness is next to Godliness for BAA

April 6, 2008 at 11:28 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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This simply confirms the view that British regulatory systems for business appear to have gone awry:

BAA is set to escape any fines from the airports regulator over its part in the Heathrow Terminal Five fiasco. The airports operator could even be awarded a ‘performance bonus’ from the Civil Aviation Authority for meeting certain T5 targets this month.

A BAA spokesman said that ‘things have gone reasonably well in terms of some of the scores on which we’re measured, like cleanliness’.

The revelation will fuel airlines’ anger over the regulation of BAA, which they believe to be too lax.

from BAA escapes fine for T5 shambles by Tim Webb in The Observer, Sunday April 6 2008.

If you ran a company or a household that was reasonably neat and tidy yet totally dysfunctional, would you expect a performance bonus?!

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