Dr Haywood, director of the South East Wales Economic Forum and former director of CBI Wales, spoke to the Daily Post before meeting with the North East Wales Economic Forum.
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SEWEF stands for South East Wales Economic Forum (South East Wales, UK)
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Recently, the concept appears to have come of age with the appointment of Dr Elizabeth Haywood, director of the South East Wales Economic Forum (SEWEF) to lead a "task-and-finish" group.
Elizabeth Haywood of the South East Wales Economic Forum told the House of Commons Welsh Affairs committee it was now considered "highly likely" the crossing will come under the auspices of the Welsh Government when it reverts to public ownership.
We have senior representation on various groups, such as the Micro Business Steering Group, Wales Management Board, City Region Steering Group, the Council for Economic Renewal and the South East Wales Economic Forum, as well as arrange numerous round tables for businesses throughout the year.
Elizabeth Haywood, director of the South East Wales Economic Forum (SEWEF), which represents the region's 10 unitary authorities and bodies such as CBI Wales (Confederation of British Industry) and the TUC (Trades Union Congress), said the electrification of the line is crucial to South Wales' economic development.
Recently, the concept appears to have come of age with the imprimatur no-less of the Welsh Government (the Minister for Business), and the appointment of Dr Elizabeth Haywood, director of the South East Wales Economic Forum (SEWEF) to lead a "task-and-finish" group.
John Sheppard, co-ordinator of the South East Wales Economic Forum, was one of those invited to Swindon to give a verdict on the new striking look.
The new group, which will be chaired by Dr Elizabeth Haywood, director of the South East Wales Economic Forum and former director of CBI Wales, Dr Haywood is now in the process of appointing members to the group, with a view to a first report with recommendations being presented to Mrs Hart in the first quarter of next year.