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Department for Transport

Safeguarding direction for Crossrail 2
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date
20 November 2014
source Department for Transport
type Written statement

note Robert Goodwill MP


Announcing the launch of consultation seeking views on an updated safeguarding direction for the proposed Crossrail 2 project.

I am today publishing a consultation document to seek views on an updated safeguarding direction for the proposed Crossrail 2 rail project, replacing the previous safeguarding direction issued in 2008.

Crossrail 2 is a proposed new rail line across central London, running from Tottenham Hale in the north-east to Wimbledon in the south-west. The route passes through the city of Westminster, Lea Valley Regional Park Authority, the London boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Hackney, Hammersmith & Fulham, Haringey, Islington, Merton, Waltham Forest, and Wandsworth, and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Safeguarding is the first stage in the planning process. It enables the Secretary of State for Transport to issue a direction to local planning authorities to protect land needed for long-term infrastructure projects. Safeguarding does not necessarily prevent other developments from taking place, but it ensures that when they do take place the design can accommodate the planned infrastructure.

The consultation will take place over 10 weeks from 20 November 2014, closing on 28 January 2015. After the consultation period a summary report will be made available on the Department for Transport website, analysing the responses received and providing the Department’s response. Subject to the results of the consultation, it is expected that the report and safeguarding direction will be issued in early 2015.

Copies of the consultation, and associated documents, will be placed in the libraries of both Houses.


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