TfL’s Head of Compliance, Anand Nandha, is carrying out a review of his Compliance Teams. How will you ensure that this review is open and transparent, and can you confirm that it will be made available online?
Transport for London (TfL) is currently consulting with its Compliance, Policing and On-Street (CPOS) staff about proposals for organisational change. This includes reviewing the on-street compliance enforcement operation, which includes the TPH Compliance officers currently overseen by the Head of TPH Compliance. TfL’s proposals are for a team of multi-skilled officers, versatile and adaptable, which would make deployments and activities more effective, and responses more flexible.
All affected staff members were invited to briefings at the end of March where the proposals were shared. Trade Unions were also briefed, and TfL has informed taxi and private hire trade bodies on those relevant areas where these changes will support Taxi and Private Hire Compliance.
As this is an internal consultation relating to TfL staff, documentation will not be published online. However, TfL will continue to provide the taxi and private hire trades with any information that may affect Taxi or Private Hire drivers through existing communication channels.