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Crossrail
Moving London Forward
What is Crossrail?
A new railway for London and
the south east

118 km from east to west
24 trains per hour in each
direct...
Europe’s largest infrastructure project

£14.8bn funding
38 stations
9 new stations
42 km new tunnels
8 million cubic metr...
Crossrail route
Crossrail: realising the benefits

£42bn+

14,000 people

24
24 trains per hour
200 million journeys per year
Decreasing journey times

Current
journey time

Crossrail
journey time

Slough to Tottenham Court Road

55 minutes

36 min...
Project progress
Crossrail - Physical % Complete
120.00

100.00

% Complete

80.00

Design
60.00

Procurement
Construction...
Crossrail – delivering a railway

2012

13

14

15

16

17

Railway Systems

Stations
Rolling Stock & Depot
Crossrail TOC
...
Tunnelling
Tunnelling Progress: Over 26km
Spray Concrete Lined tunnels
Excavated material
On a tonne/km
basis 85% of
excavated material
is transported by rail
or water
Wallasea Island 2016
Central stations
Tottenham Court Road
Archaeology
Station designs

Whitechapel Station

Paddington Station
Network Rail surface works

27 station upgrades
2 major structures 61km of track
179 switch & crossing units
1000 OLE stru...
Property impacts

c.£5.5bn additional residential and commercial property value
Support 57,000 new homes
3.25 million squa...
Crossrail Land and Property

Acquisition
Estate Management
Safeguarding
Development (OSD)
Urban Realm
Service of Notices

CPO Powers Aqusition Programme

2007/2008
Q2 Q3 Q4

Q1

2008/2009
Q2 Q3 Q4

1. CPO Powers
granted 22nd...
Land Secured
262.5 hectares of land
10 million cubic metres of sub-soil

4,000

&
Railway Development
Over-Site Development Partners
Further Development Opportunities
Paddington
Farringdon East: LindseyStreet

Farringdon East: Lindsey Street
Liverpool Str...
Further Development Opportunities
Tottenham Court Road West

Woolwich

Fisher Street
Urban Realm Improvements
Tottenham Court Road

Key dates

Completion LUL works and re-opening Charing
Cross Road – Q4/15
Completion of the Crossrai...
Regenerative Impact
East end of Oxford Street
2 Dean Street

Dukelease
Retail provision

Primark
Rathbone place
Oxford Hou...
Crossrail contribution
500,000 sq ft accommodation over the two
ticket halls

New theatre
92 Flats

Extensive urban realm ...
Crossrail schemes ready to start in 2017
Thank you
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  1. 1. Crossrail Moving London Forward
  2. 2. What is Crossrail? A new railway for London and the south east 118 km from east to west 24 trains per hour in each direction More than 200 million passenger journey per annum Spacious and bright stations And much more…
  3. 3. Europe’s largest infrastructure project £14.8bn funding 38 stations 9 new stations 42 km new tunnels 8 million cubic metres of spoil 140 main works contracts
  4. 4. Crossrail route
  5. 5. Crossrail: realising the benefits £42bn+ 14,000 people 24 24 trains per hour 200 million journeys per year
  6. 6. Decreasing journey times Current journey time Crossrail journey time Slough to Tottenham Court Road 55 minutes 36 minutes Ilford to Bond Street 35 minutes 22 minutes Heathrow to Liverpool Street 55 minutes 36 minutes Liverpool Street to Abbey Wood 40 minutes 22 minutes Paddington to Canary Wharf 30 minutes 17 minutes
  7. 7. Project progress Crossrail - Physical % Complete 120.00 100.00 % Complete 80.00 Design 60.00 Procurement Construction Testing & Comm. 40.00 20.00 0.00
  8. 8. Crossrail – delivering a railway 2012 13 14 15 16 17 Railway Systems Stations Rolling Stock & Depot Crossrail TOC Trial Operation Civils and Tunnelling Test and Commission NR Surface Works 18
  9. 9. Tunnelling
  10. 10. Tunnelling Progress: Over 26km
  11. 11. Spray Concrete Lined tunnels
  12. 12. Excavated material On a tonne/km basis 85% of excavated material is transported by rail or water
  13. 13. Wallasea Island 2016
  14. 14. Central stations
  15. 15. Tottenham Court Road
  16. 16. Archaeology
  17. 17. Station designs Whitechapel Station Paddington Station
  18. 18. Network Rail surface works 27 station upgrades 2 major structures 61km of track 179 switch & crossing units 1000 OLE structures, 150 km OLE Signalling upgrade
  19. 19. Property impacts c.£5.5bn additional residential and commercial property value Support 57,000 new homes 3.25 million square metres of commercial office floor space “Crossrail is more than a new rail link, it will be the catalyst for regeneration in key locations and a driver of London’s economic growth; in particular from a property perspective.”
  20. 20. Crossrail Land and Property Acquisition Estate Management Safeguarding Development (OSD) Urban Realm
  21. 21. Service of Notices CPO Powers Aqusition Programme 2007/2008 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 2008/2009 Q2 Q3 Q4 1. CPO Powers granted 22nd July 2008 Q1 2009/2010 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 2010/2011 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 2011/2012 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 2012/2013 Q2 Q3 Q4 CPO Powers expire 21st July 2013
  22. 22. Land Secured 262.5 hectares of land 10 million cubic metres of sub-soil 4,000 &
  23. 23. Railway Development
  24. 24. Over-Site Development Partners
  25. 25. Further Development Opportunities Paddington Farringdon East: LindseyStreet Farringdon East: Lindsey Street Liverpool Street TCR West: Dean Street
  26. 26. Further Development Opportunities Tottenham Court Road West Woolwich Fisher Street
  27. 27. Urban Realm Improvements
  28. 28. Tottenham Court Road Key dates Completion LUL works and re-opening Charing Cross Road – Q4/15 Completion of the Crossrail Civil works – Q2/17 Testing and Commissioning – Q3/18 Completion of the Urban Realm – Q3/18 Station open and operational – Q4/18
  29. 29. Regenerative Impact East end of Oxford Street 2 Dean Street Dukelease Retail provision Primark Rathbone place Oxford House
  30. 30. Crossrail contribution 500,000 sq ft accommodation over the two ticket halls New theatre 92 Flats Extensive urban realm improvements Greatly improved retail offer on Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road World Class design
  31. 31. Crossrail schemes ready to start in 2017
  32. 32. Thank you
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