The Crossrail Bill became an Act of Parliament in July 2008. The parliamentary process required much documentation, all of which can be found here. Use this resource to access detailed information about the Crossrail Bill and the various supporting documents which have been produced.
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A crucial report probing Crossrail 2’s business case is set to be unveiled next month, according to documents published by Transport for London (TfL). Papers published ahead of next week’s TfL board meeting reveal the Infrastructure and Project Authority (IPA), which is based in the Cabinet Office, is reviewing several features of the Crossrail 2’s outline business case. TfL commissioner.Learn More
Crossrail Act 2008 and Crossrail Bill supporting documents The Crossrail Act giving permission for the railway to be built, operated and maintained received Royal Assent in July 2008.Learn More
During pre-application consultation Crossrail produced a suite of Policy Papers and Position Statements setting out the project position on key matters which would be of concern to consultees. In due course these were revised and updated in consultation with the Department for Transport and published as Information Papers ahead of Bill submission. in many cases the statements in the.Learn More
Crossrail is building the Elizabeth line - a new railway for London and the South East.Learn More
The government accepted the Montague review's conclusions and in January 2005 introduced the Crossrail bill (although it had to be reintroduced again in May 2005 after parliamentary business was disrupted by the general election). This sought to secure the necessary powers to build the rail link connecting Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, including.Learn More
A new independent review of Crossrail 2’s funding and financing is set to begin imminently, but could take several months. TfL’s latest business case was developed after the government said it would only give the project the green light if it could come up with a way of funding 50 per cent during construction.Learn More
The Department for Transport is satisfied with the business case for Crossrail 2 and could make a decision on it as part of the government’s Spending Review later this year, according to.Learn More
Pros - Exciting unique project, one to be proud of - Great talented engineers and other professionals to learn from - Good collaboration environment, tight knit team - Very little politics and selfish interests interfering at working level, for a public sector project of that size and impact - Quite agile and flexible with minimum bureaucracy. again by public sector standards - Company.Learn More
The final preparations for the opening of London’s new Crossrail route is being revealed in a new documentary. BBC Two’s The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway: The Final Countdown follows.Learn More
Crossrail 2 is set for further delays after London’s transport boss admitted a fresh funding review would push back consultations on the scheme until the end of 2018.Learn More
Major new review brings Crossrail 2 closer. TfL and the Department for Transport (DfT) have announced the start of an Independent Affordability Review to examine ways of making the scheme more affordable. Mike Gerrard, the former managing director of Thames Tideway Tunnel, has been appointed to chair the review. Mr Gerrard will lead an expert panel looking at how Crossrail 2 can continue to.Learn More