Development Services Agreement Network Rail

We do not endorse these consolidated agreements, they are only made available by Network Rail for reference purposes in order to give an overview of the current contractual conditions. • the designation of all relevant means of support; • progress report to the client; • Advice with the Great Western Railway Project Interface Manager; • the management and management of internal rail network procedures and reports; • the provision of resources for the development of necessary agreements for the next phase of work; • feasibility and early projects, application of railway legislation and standards, any significant derogations or derogations from the standards contained in the feasibility and design reports. Soil survey work, topographical measurements, examinations of railway beds, search for buried services. Results • Value Management Output Definition Workshop, Tregoss Moor Loop Feasibility report and general arrangement scheme; • Newquay second platform station report on feasibility and general arrangement of the track; • Newquay, Tregoss Moor Loop, Goonbarrow and replacement of tokens that work with axle counters, at St Blazey Signalling Scheme provisional approval plans; • costing report; • project(s) of agreement(s) and cost estimate for the next phase(s) of the work. Underlying assumptions • estimates made on the assumption that the customer orders Network Rail to deliver the complete schema; • actual costs may be subject to the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic; • Rail insurance network. Works, supplies or services may only be provided by a given economic operator for the following reason only: • protection of exclusive rights, including intellectual property rights. Explanation: This agreement on development services concerns the development of the national railway network. Network Rail is the monopoly owner and operator of the national rail network, including tracks, signalling systems, bridges, tunnels and stations. Network Rail is responsible for the railway infrastructure (i.e. track, signals, bridges and stations). The role of Network Rail includes: • the operation of the network; • performance management; • Service restoration management; • the establishment of roadmaps; • capacity allocation; • leading sector planning; • maintenance, renewal and development of the network. Network Rail is regulated by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR), which is also the safety regulator.

This notification was made voluntarily. Detailed guidelines regarding the Heritage Protection Convention and the basic heritage protection agreements are currently being written and will soon be available A consolidated (or compliant) agreement is a document containing all approved amendments to the approved agreement. The Newquay metropolitan area is experiencing a growing demand for new homes and a number of important developments. The railway has the potential to be part of the transport solution and can connect four of Cornwall`s main centres – Falmouth, Truro, St. Austell and Newquay – and provide access to sustainable transport. The ability to increase the market share of rail has been severely hampered historica This communication was issued voluntarily. The Cornwall Council considers that it may enter into the development services agreement with Network Rail in a negotiated procedure without prior publication of a notice in accordance with Regulation 32(2)(b)(iii) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/102). .

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