Background History: This report was produced in January 2012 and was a very confidential report. This report was drafted in utmost secrecy by Tim Stanger, a newly appointed Trustee and Roger Saville, Finance Director of the PLC, the remaining WSRA Trustees were never consulted on these monumental changes to the Association. As it states it was proposed to transfer all the WSRA commercial assets to the Plc. A small number of Trustees were privy to the drafting of this report, it was then presented to the remaining Trustees only after they had signed a non-disclosure agreement to even view the report. After a very heated discussion among the Trustees the report was rejected. Shortly afterwards, the Trustees that were privy to the drafting of this report, moved to the Plc board. When these documents were first published on the National Preservation Forum in late 2015 Tim Stanger was very concerned that these documents had been made public as they were still considered secret five years later. Why? Is it that the aims of this report are still being pursued today? Is this the root of all the conflict that is still going on now? It would seem that the aims of the current protagonists is to change the basic structure of the Association, so it would appear that nothing has changed since 2010. What is the urgent need to change so drastically and restructure a charity that has served the railway well for a considerable number of years.