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China CK Group owned UK Power Networks puts major squeeze on Peterboroughs Charters Barge restaurant and iconic pub.

STOP PRESS: UK Power Networks, the UK subsidiary of the Chinese CK Group (owned by the 81-year-old billionaire Chairman Li Ka-shing who is due to retire this month, and we all wish him a long and happy retirement. Hopefully as a final retirement gesture, Li will personally intercede to resolve the matter, and might even have an Oakhams Ale named after him. Who knows?)  

The firm has  asked the PBROTRIB to publish the following statement, which we are more than happy to do, and have also discreetly offered the landowner a possible solution:

"As the landowner [UK Power Networks], we were happy to allow public parking for many years. Unfortunately the parking grew to a level which meant that access to our electricity substation was blocked at times, and damage was also caused to a fence. As a result we introduced the security barrier though we still allow public parking on part of the site, as well as access for local businesses, who we have consulted."



Why are the people shown below, currently employed by a distant Chinese power multinational CK GROUP subsidiary UK Power Networks trying to put an upmarket Peterborough Thai restaurant and the iconic Oakhams pub 'Charters' out of business?

Neat touch not one but two padlocks...

( CK Asset Holdings Limited reported a rise of 55 percent in 2017 net profit, beating estimates, after announcing that its billionaire Chairman Li Ka-shing is to retire.
The 89-year-old Li also announced his retirement as executive chairman of his ports-to-telecoms conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd, with effect from the conclusion of the annual general meeting which will be held in May ).
Dozens of empty parking places used by Charters for over 20 years suddenly put behind a locked barrier at the behest of Chinese owned CK Holdings subsidiary UK Power Networks.

The CK Group subsidiary UK Power Networks is seemingly trying to put a much loved and valued upmarket Peterborough Thai restaurant and an iconic Oakhams pub 'Charters' out of business? Why? 

Meet Ian Smyth, Director of UK Power Networks Services .....  Ian joined UK Power Networks in August 2016, to lead the Chinese firms commercial division called UK Power Networks Services.

Prior to joining UK Power Networks Services he was  Managing Director at Navigant, a Partner with LCP and a consultant with Ernst & Young.

Ian has a BA(Hons) and an MSc in philosophy, psychology, statistics and artificial intelligence.....


Charters Pub plus the East Thai Restaurant opened in 1991 and all housed onboard an original iconic 1907 Dutch coal  barge, the largest in the UK.

The barge is 616 tonnes, built just a few years after RMS Titanic was launched and employing a like single row hot rivet process.

The Leendert - R  built in 1907 and has worked ever since, ironically the cargo included coal for power stations, it sailed all over European canals and rivers, then heroically sailed over from the Netherlands, by Oakhams Brewery, then sunk to negotiate under Town Bridge, re-floated and rebuilt.   

Its moored on the River Nene, but why is the Chinese CK Group trying to put Charters out of business? 

...but they don't use the spaces...is it just a device to close down Charters??

UK Power Networks  are slapping 'cease and desist' notices on any Charters customers car that dares park on the empty spaces alongside CHARTERS, indeed its so bad that staff working late shifts, and on modest wages, cannot even park their own cars without the heavy hand of the CK Group Chinese owned power company subsidiary choking the very commercial life out of one of Peterboroughs essential public realm attractions, threatening a number of local jobs and effectively putting Charters off limits to anyone even with a mild disability and reliant on motor transport.

Charters Bar and East Thai Restaurant now effectively denied access - by a Chinese firm CK Group - to many disabled customers or those of limited mobility who rely on motorised transport and cannot negotiate a steep metal stairway from the bridge above

Not a WORD from Peterborough councillors or any practical help for an iconic successful home grown business.

We make no apology for posting on here the names of those CK Group managers who are seemingly responsible for this appalling piece of really bad public relations.  


No doubt when the Chinese Business press and television pick up on how their tiny UK CK GROUP owned UK Power Networks offshoot is brutally handling business, the owners and Hong Kong shareholders might be watching their share price crash through the floor.... 

They might just find themselves denied a UK Power Networks newly gated off parking space, having had to hand back the UK Power Networks company car, and possibly phoning for an appointment with headhunters for their next job?  Who knows?

Basil Scarsella, Chief Executive Officer of UK Power Networks
Basil Scarsella is Chief Executive Officer and Director of UK Power Networks, owned by the CK Group.  


Basil who could, we suggest, find work as an actor on shows such as The Sopranos possibly where strong-arming 'over the top' no car parking techniques would not be out of  place,  holds a degree in Economics from the University of Adelaide  
and is a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant.  He is a Life Member of Football Australia and former Member of the Executive Committee of FIFA !!!!!!!!!!. 
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Matt Rudling, Director of Customer Services

Matt is responsible for ensuring that UK Power Networks delivers the best possible customer service to our eight million customers in London, the South East and East of England.  

Clearly Matt as far as upsetting Peterborough residents you need to rapidly go on a PR refresher course!

The role includes setting the internal and external standards for service delivery, external communications including media relations, and building strong relationships with other key stakeholders.[Massive fail Ed.]

Matt has worked in the electricity distribution industry for over 30 years, fulfilling a variety of operational and managerial roles.  Matt has a Higher National Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering as well as a certificate in Sustainable Business from Cambridge University.  





Nirmal Kotecha, Director of Capital Programme and Procurement,
 
Nirmal is responsible for UK Power Networks’ Capital Programme and Procurement.
Prior to joining in 2011, Nirmal was a Main Board Director at the Highways Agency for three years with the responsibility for delivering the Agency’s £9 Billion Roads Programme. He is accredited with the transformation of the Agency’s capital programme delivery and commercial capability following severe criticism from the Nichols Review in 2007. (So no stranger to adverse comment and bad PR)

Nirmal has also spent over eight years with Anglian Water where he set up a sector leading supply chain function and is accredited with developing Anglian Water’s collaborative @One alliance model for delivering its 2005-2010 Capital Programme.  (and just how many fails has Anglian Water chalked up? Ask the environment agency!)

He is currently a member of Infrastructure UK’s (IUK) Client Panel; the Green Construction Board’s Infrastructure Working Group and a consultee on the National Infrastructure Plan Strategic Engagement Forum (NIPSEF). Nirmal is an accredited OGC High Risk Project Reviewer and a Fellow of both the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply.




Suleman Alli, Director of Safety, Strategy and Support Services

Suleman joins UK Power Networks from Accenture where he was a Managing Director, leading the utility network operations practice in the UK.


Suleman has 15 years utilities experience, delivering business transformation, company restructures and operational performance improvement across gas, electricity and water sectors.
He holds a BSc (Hons) in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science.





Ian Smyth, Director of UK Power Networks Services

Ian Smyth joined UK Power Networks in August 2016, to lead the commercial division called UK Power Networks Services.
For 20+ years, Ian has worked with leading utilities, governments and regulators in global energy markets. His expertise is in transforming utilities to adapt to and commercialise evolving energy systems, new technologies and smarter networks.
Ian has a solid track record of delivering improved financial performance and growth through developing and executing strategies, exploiting new technologies and leading power market development. He has experience using advanced analytics to improve utility operations.

Clearly a barrier with not one but two padlocks was arrived at using advanced analytics? 


Prior to joining UK Power Networks Services Ian was a Managing Director at Navigant, a Partner with LCP and a consultant with Ernst & Young.
Ian has a BA(Hons) and an MSc in philosophy, psychology, statistics and artificial intelligence.




Barry Hatton, Director of Asset Management

Barry is responsible for the development and deployment of network and asset strategies for optimising investment and performance. 
He joined the industry in 1981 after graduating from Imperial College and has over thirty years’ experience in the operations and management of electricity distribution networks. 

Barry is a Chartered Electrical Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and has a Masters degree in technology management. He is currently Chair of the Advisory Board of the Energy Innovation Centre and represents UK Power Networks on the Electricity Networks Strategy Group.




 


Mark Adolphus, Director of Connections
 
Mark is responsible for the Connections business of the company, which had a turnover of circa £200m in 2012. 


Mark joined London Electricity in 1992 as an engineering graduate trainee and has enjoyed a diverse career across a number of operational, engineering and commercial roles. Formerly, Mark spent six years as Head of Network Operations for London, responsible for electricity supplies and construction across the vibrant and economically critical London area. Mark is a Chartered Electrical Engineer and holds a Masters degree in engineering business management from Warwick Business School as well as a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Leicester.




 

Patrick Clarke, Director of Network Operations
  
Patrick has day-to-day responsibility for managing the distribution of electricity to eight million customers in East Anglia, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, Sussex and London. He is currently responsible for an annual budget of over £400 million and employs 3,600 people plus 2,000 contractors. 

He joined the industry in 1978 and has risen from an apprentice to an executive director over that period. Patrick has undertaken a number of significant senior level roles during the past 15 to 20 years and has been an executive director for the past 12 years, in roles such as Human Resource Director, Connections Director and his current role.

Patrick has placed a strong emphasis on community investment for almost 30 years, especially supporting and mentoring young people to achieve their dreams. In 2005 he co-authored ‘Made in Britain’ a book majoring on inspirational role models from British BAME communities (almost 10,000 copies sold).  He holds a Honorary Doctorate in Engineering, OBE, MBA and an MA. (Clearly failed this time on the communities front!) 





 

Andrew Pace, Human Resources Director and Company Secretary
 
Andrew Pace joined UK Power Networks as Director of Human Resources in January 2018.
Andrew has over 25 years HR leadership experience working for both UK and international companies predominantly in the construction and infrastructure sectors, which has included spells in operational line management. His HR remits have spanned the whole range of HR activities including reward, resourcing and organisation development.
After spending his early career in engineering Andrew held various HR leadership roles with John Laing construction, Rio Tinto and Balfour Beatty.
Prior to joining UK Power Networks Andrew was Executive Director, construction and infrastructure at Morgan Sindall.




 

Jenny Harrison, Finance Director
  
Prior to joining the company in January 2017 Jenny spent 4 years at BT Group as the Director of External Reporting – a highlight was leading the financial reporting elements of BT’s £12.5bn acquisition of EE and publishing the group’s first ‘integrated’ annual report. Jenny spent almost 20 years in various ‘Big 4’ accounting firms, Ernst & Young, Andersen and Deloitte. While there she focused on audit, assurance and transaction advisory work for energy and utilities companies – oil and gas, mining, electricity and water. She co-led the development of a renewable energy practice and carbon reporting and assurance practice. She is a trustee of a small Leeds university-based sustainability charity, United Bank of Carbon, who support tree planting and preventing deforestation in the UK and overseas.
Jenny qualified as a chartered accountant in 1998. She has lived and worked abroad in Kazakhstan and India and now lives in Sussex with her husband Piers and three children.



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