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These set out the railway industry's strategies in England & Wales and Scotland for the long-term.
Update report on Network Rail’s cost efficiency compared to its international peers.
A set of policies and guidelines describing how investments arising between periodic reviews should be treated.
The general consent which allows Network Rail to dispose of land without prior notice in certain situations; the criteria we will use in deciding whether we should intervene when notified of a proposed disposal; and our policies relating to major air rights, compulsory purchase orders, the subletting of land, and the potential for compensation after a blocked disposal.
General guidance on the safe management, operation, modification and use of Britain’s level crossings, anddetageneral guidance on the safe management, operation, modification and use of Britain’s level crossings, also detailed information on the level crossing order making process which we manage
This guidance is for operators and prospective operators of trains, stations, networks and light maintenance depots (LMDs).
The purpose of this guidance is to set out: which plans local authorities should consult ORR about; what information should be provided to ORR; and how we will work with local authorities to review plans and what timescales should be allowed.
Our long-term regulatory statement discusses how our regulation may develop in line with the changing shape of the industry, and identifies priorities for the growth and sustainability of Britain’s railways.
This is a summary of a discussion hosted by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) on 4 March 2014.