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E16 4TL
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E16 4TL
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B15 1NP
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TN8 5HT
51.1988128
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S9 1XH
53.39559209999999
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DN15 9YH
53.6151704
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W1T 3EY
51.5165288
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LU6 1EY
51.8888651
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EC2A 2DH
51.5219502
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SW1P 1PL
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WC1X 8AQ
51.5201506
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fbb040
LS2 8PA
53.8024333
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fbb040
Cv21 2DW
52.3721949
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fbb040
CV11 6BH
52.5302961
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fbb040
sk86qg
53.3931171
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fbb040
KT10 9QJ
51.3684218
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SW1W OBD
51.49783559999999
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fbb040
SW1W 0BD
51.49783559999999
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fbb040
B4 7DJ
52.48703339999999
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ec4v6al
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RH2 9PY
51.2400962
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RH2 9PY
51.2400962
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fbb040
WS1 4NN
52.5668046
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CT11 7LT
51.3393549
1.424024099999997
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B7 5EA
52.4978601
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fbb040
CM23 5AS
51.874709
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fbb040
EC4N 1SW
51.5135763
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EC4N 1SW
51.5135763
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GU2 7AG
51.2415163
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DD1 4DF
56.4576064
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fbb040
B90 8AD
52.3765249
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fbb040
CV3 4FD
52.3779061
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fbb040
CM219JX
51.8124659
0.15947970000001988
fbb040
MK9 3XJ
52.0470009
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GU15 3RG
51.3394789
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fbb040
YO1 6JP
53.9577583
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BL90RG
53.591791
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fbb040
BL9 ORG
53.591791
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fbb040
Beijing china
39.90403
116.40752599999996
fbb040
Ankara Turkey
39.92077
32.85410999999999
fbb040
EC1R 4RG
51.5276496
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fbb040
SG17 5TE
52.0212048
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fbb040
CF10 3AF
51.4835789
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fbb040
B90 8AE
52.3756591
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fbb040
cv3 6GG
52.3904311
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fbb040
SW1H 9 DJ
51.50021479999999
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fbb040
SW1P 9DJ
51.4810347
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EC1R 4RG
51.5276496
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wa36ye
53.4292868
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TN34 1BP
50.856239
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PA4 9RG
55.8808179
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fbb040
RG21 4HJ
51.2681619
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fbb040
NG156EP
53.0237449
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B23 7RZ
52.5225476
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SE4 2PD
51.4652295
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SW3 3QH
51.49167929999999
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SE1 1XF
51.5039889
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EC2A 2DH
51.5219502
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MK42 7SH
52.1091065
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fbb040
MK42 7SH
52.1091065
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fbb040
CB23 6JW
52.2124688
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LE13 0PB
52.7703394
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fbb040
W1W 7RT
51.5177855
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NN14 1AJ
52.4365448
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fbb040
NN14 1AJ
52.4365448
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fbb040
B8 1QF
52.499453
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fbb040
EC1M 4EH
51.5222062
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fbb040
HG4 3JB
54.1879351
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SE1 1XF
51.5039889
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DE7 4RA
52.9515992
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AL1 5HN
51.7500322
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SS14 3BN
51.5840353
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fbb040
SS14 3BN
51.5840353
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N18 2PD
51.6140797
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fbb040
SG
1.352083
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fbb040
EC1R 3AF
51.52386
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fbb040
N1 9AB
51.5327407
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fbb040
EC4N 1SW
51.5135763
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fbb040
20124, Milan , Italy
45.4838483
9.19294489999993
fbb040
WV13 3PW
52.58423519999999
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fbb040
YO17 8LA
54.15674190000001
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fbb040
BR8 8TE
51.3861986
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fbb040
Las Matas, Madrid, Spain
40.552414
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fbb040
S75 1HT
53.56798440000001
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fbb040
CV4 7AL
52.3800625
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fbb040
DE1 2SA
52.91482269999999
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fbb040
DY6 7YD
52.501348
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EC2Y 9AE
51.51876739999999
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fbb040
CM19 5FT
51.7723737
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fbb040
YO26 6RW
53.98004299999999
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fbb040
CV3 2TT
52.4028539
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fbb040
CV10 9PD
52.52169139999999
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fbb040
Kilkenny Ireland
52.6541454
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fbb040
W1D 3QF
51.515871
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WD6 5PZ
51.662454
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WC2N 6RH
51.5079879
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TS23 4EF
54.6041085
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fbb040
Tres Cantos MADRID SPAIN
40.600727
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fbb040
SL64JJ
51.5227011
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fbb040
YO24 1AW
53.9548326
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fbb040
M32 0RL
53.460385
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fbb040
OX14 4SH
51.6229922
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fbb040
EC1M 6EJ
51.5198939
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fbb040
Arago 390, Barcelona, Spain
41.3985403
2.1736084000000346
fbb040
N1 9AB
51.5327407
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fbb040
M28 0SX
53.5246599
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fbb040
Arago 390, Barcelona, Spain
41.3985403
2.1736084000000346
fbb040
OX14 4RS
51.6231174
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fbb040
EX31 4JS
51.1146381
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WC1A 2QS
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ex31 4JS
51.1146381
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WC2N 4HS
51.509768
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SE1 8NZ
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TA1 4EB
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fbb040
LS1 1BA
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NG15 8AA
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SE1 2RT
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fbb040
DE1 2SA
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fbb040
CV1 2TT
52.4030054
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fbb040
SE1 2AF
51.5053533
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fbb040
SP1 3SP
51.0716988
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GU14 0NZ
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B62 8HD
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B62 8HD
52.4638613
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CM13 3JT
51.5763705
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E1W 1LB
51.506071
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B98 9HD
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PE29 7EN
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SE1 9EL
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PE29 7EN
52.3462128
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fbb040
SE16 3DH
51.4851254
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fbb040
81373 Munich Germany
48.1214727
11.532256299999972
fbb040
HA4 0JS
51.5571856
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fbb040
NW1 3AT
51.5252433
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GU21 5BH
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PE30 2JG
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GU21 5BH
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PE30 2JG
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SW1Y 4JS
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YO24 1AW
53.9548326
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fbb040
E17JH
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SW1H 0DJ
51.4990963
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DE7 4RF
52.9516607
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N1 9AB
51.5327407
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fbb040
EC4N 7BB
51.5115782
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fbb040
EC4N 7BB
51.5115782
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fbb040
N1 9AB
51.5327407
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fbb040
CB7 5XZ
52.31386029999999
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fbb040
WF13 3EJ
53.6817781
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fbb040
DA11 8HJ
51.43606579999999
0.3326428999999962
fbb040
CV21 1QN
52.3971531
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fbb040
WA4 6HL
53.37475269999999
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fbb040
BS1 5UD
51.4507815
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fbb040
NG8 9FQ
52.9599171
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fbb040
HP5 1UN
51.7027885
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fbb040
WC2E 7HA
51.51119749999999
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fbb040
WA12 0JQ
53.479781
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fbb040
WC2N 4HG
51.5101793
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WA12 0JQ
53.479781
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HA3 6TX
51.6128029
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Pe109dd
52.7784162
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B1 3BP
52.4827982
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N1 5EW
28.5503699
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UB9 6HZ
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Se1 7Nq
51.50328580000001
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SW1X 7HY
51.4992635
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NW1 3BF
51.5250424
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fbb040
28703, Madrid, Spain
40.540875
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fbb040
28703, Madrid, Spain
40.540875
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fbb040
S60 5WG
53.3867375
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RH10 1QQ
51.1203083
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S60 5WG
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HA4 7GD
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NW1 3BF
51.5250424
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B32 1AF
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EC1V 4AB
51.5313945
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HX5 9HT
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SO!6 7NS
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W3 orf
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EC4V6RN
51.5135761
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PE19 1QS
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EC4Y 0DT
51.5119519
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fbb040
00-832
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fbb040
WD17 1JW
51.6593753
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BA15 1AB
51.3474908
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RH2 8BF
51.22784129999999
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EC2M 7SH
51.5172773
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B13 8AT
52.4510413
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B13 8AT
52.4510413
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ST14 8AG
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EC4R 9AN
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EC4R 9AN
51.510027
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KT6 4TS
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wd18 0bx
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WC1E 7BD
51.5192691
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KT22 7SA
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KT6 4TS
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CR0 2LX
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CR0 2LX
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SE1 0JF
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N1 1DH
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SE1 8QH
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SW1H 0QL
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ME16 0LL
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ME16 0LL
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AL71BQ
51.80153000000001
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TN33 9LJ
50.91653489999999
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OX172AG
52.0600096
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NG10 5AN
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CM17 9HY
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EC2A 4NE
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EC1V 4AB
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E16 4TG
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TN15 7RR
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RM13 9YH
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RG10 9JW
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RG10 9JW
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B32 1AF
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RM5 2AS
51.5966138
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OX15 6HU
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SE1 2RT
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B30 3ES
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SM1 1JB
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SM1 1JB
51.3621735
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GU15 3RG
51.3394789
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DN4 5NP
53.5098661
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B72 1NR
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LE67 3FP
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DA14 5AZ
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GL20 8SD
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GL20 8SD
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EC3A 8AA
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EC3A 8AA
51.5150166
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EC2M 7SH
51.5172773
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EC1V 9HL
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WC1R 4EB
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EC2M 7SH
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RG2 0BU
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B24 9QR
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M1 4HD
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NE1 2HF
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N1 0QH
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DA2 6SN
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SL64JJ
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NW10 7AE
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RM20 3EF
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WC1V 6QS
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HA7 1LE
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HA7 1LE
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SW1P 4WY
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CR0 2EE
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HX63BW
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TN24 8DH
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OX12 7HE
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EC1M 5QD
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DE24 8UP
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CV34 5JX
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LL31 9RZ
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UB7 7EJ
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wd63ea
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SE1 7NQ
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DA2 6SN
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NW1 1AD
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SE1 8QH
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M32 0FP
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G72 0FT
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G72 0FT
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LU7 OUE
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SW1H 0ET
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WC2R0EX
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DE11 9DX
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SE1 7NQ
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W2 6EU
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IP1 2HF
52.0596735
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RM16 3BX
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RM16 3BX
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CM13 3LR
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BS30 6EL
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YO10 5DD
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Seocho-gu, Seoul, Korea
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51.52525978740199 -0.25240659713745117 Agility Trains West Limited assurance 09/05/2014 Intercity Express Programme (IEP) depot at Old Oak Common IEP depot at Old Oak Common Lane, London, NW10 6D OOC Station Sewer Diversion Options document and Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dave Everton and Martin Garrett We are happy to confirm that HS2 Ltd. will continue to work with Agility, and sub-contractor Hitachi, in relation to the interface with the IEP project depot at Old Oak Common in order to minimise potential disruption to the IEP depot operations during the construction of the HS2 project.HS2 will work with Agility during the detailed design period to optimise the scheme design as shown on the enclosed drawings and in the following areas: 1) the alignment of the proposed amended IEP depot access road off Old Oak Common Lane; 2) the solution for the proposed sewer realignment at the eastern end of the proposed HS2 station at Old Oak Common (Scheduled Work No. 1/39). In this regard, a number of outline Options have been identified which will form the basis for design development with an order of preference as set out below: a. First - Option 4 – including a short length of replacement sewer running approximately east-west, situated between the re-aligned NR relief lines on the GWML; b. Then - Option 5 – including a short length of replacement sewer running approximately east-west, situated on NR land immediately to the south of the re-aligned NR main lines on the GWML (subject to detailed design and subject to HS2 providing a suitable alternative access road on adjacent Network Rail land while sewer works are undertaken). In the event that neither Option 4 nor Option 5 proves to be feasible, HS2 agrees to reimburse Agility for all reasonable additional costs and expenses that it incurs as a result of Agility's works on an alternative Option within 30 days of presentation of an invoice from Agility, with reasonable details of costs and expenses that have been incurred. HS2 will work with Agility during the detailed design period to optimise the scheme design as shown on the enclosed drawings and in the following areas: 3) the solution for the proposed new sewer crossing the GWML to the west of the IEP shed – as illustrated in Option 8.
52.4773089997286 -1.89018152654171 Allison House Hostel (Brian Mullan) assurance 01/09/2014 Noise insulation and temporary re-housing policy, 52 Allison St, Birmingham, B5 5TH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mr Brian Mullan (Allison House Hostel) Should Allison House (located at 52 Allison Street, Birmingham) remain a hostel during construction of the HS2 works for Curzon Street Station, the Secretary of State will require that it is treated as a residential property for the purposes of the eligibility criteria set out in HS2 Ltd’s noise insulation and temporary re-housing policy, which forms Appendix B to HS2 Information Paper E23, Control of Construction Noise and Vibration (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374908/Control_of_construction_noise_and_vibration.pdf). Should future detailed noise assessments demonstrate that Allison House will be affected by HS2-associated noise above the trigger level set out in paragraph 4 of Appendix B, the aforementioned property will qualify for noise insulation, in accordance with the Equality Impact Assessment.
52.47719709332839 -1.890256628394127 Allison House Hostel (Brian Mullan) assurance 01/09/2014 Mitigation of adverse impact of taxi traffic on Allison House Hostel arising from the operation of Curzon Street Station 52 Allison St, Birmingham, B5 5TH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mr Brian Mullan (Allison House Hostel) In order to avoid construction vehicles passing the frontage of Allison House (located at 52 Allison Street, Birmingham) on Bordesley Street, subject to approval by the local planning authority in accordance with provisions under Schedule 16 of the Bill, and subject to Allison House remaining a hostel during construction of the HS2 works for Curzon Street Station, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that: a )construction vehicles travelling west on Bordesley Street (from New Canal Street) turn left onto Allison Street; except:c) in circumstances where it would not be reasonably practicable to use other routes; d) for utility works associated with Curzon Street Station (located on Bordesley Street between New Bartholomew Street and Park Street); e) for minor road junction works located at Bordesley Street/Park Street junction; and f) for utility and highway works associated with New Canal Street.
52.477263257000864 -1.8901969492435455 Allison House Hostel (Brian Mullan) assurance 01/09/2014 Use of Bordesley Street by HGV 52 Allison St, Birmingham, B5 5TH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mr Brian Mullan (Allison House Hostel) In order to avoid construction vehicles passing the frontage of Allison House (located at 52 Allison Street, Birmingham) on Bordesley Street, subject to approval by the local planning authority in accordance with provisions under Schedule 16 of the Bill, and subject to Allison House remaining a hostel during construction of the HS2 works for Curzon Street Station, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that: b) construction vehicles travelling south on New Bartholomew Street turn right onto Bordesley Street, except:c) in circumstances where it would not be reasonably practicable to use other routes; d) for utility works associated with Curzon Street Station (located on Bordesley Street between New Bartholomew Street and Park Street); e) for minor road junction works located at Bordesley Street/Park Street junction; and f) for utility and highway works associated with New Canal Street.
52.50658969351676 -2.1256184577941895 Birmingham and the Black Country Wildlife Trust (BBCWT) assurance 10/09/2014 Park Hall Nature Reserve Birmingham and the Black Country Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Georgia Stokes (BBCWT) - assurance 1 i) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country, on a reasonably appropriate restoration plan and to improve so far as reasonably practicable public access to the site following construction of the Proposed Scheme. Restoration will include compensatory measures for the loss of ancient woodland on the site
52.5069227387063 -2.1271419525146484 Birmingham and the Black Country Wildlife Trust (BBCWT) assurance 10/09/2014 Park Hall Nature Reserve Birmingham and the Black Country Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Georgia Stokes (BBCWT) - assurance 1 ii) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to minimise so far as is reasonably practicable the impacts of realigning the power lines on the woodland.
52.51342640948298 -1.8700575828552246 Birmingham and the Black Country Wildlife Trust (BBCWT) assurance 10/09/2014 Park Hall Nature Reserve River Tame surrounds Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Georgia Stokes (BBCWT) - assurance 1 iii) In realigning the River Tame, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to aim to meet the objectives of the Water Framework Directive
52.50742556685834 -2.1250391006469727 Birmingham and the Black Country Wildlife Trust (BBCWT) assurance 10/09/2014 Other nature conservation impacts Birmingham and the Black Country Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Georgia Stokes (BBCWT) - assurance 2 i) Recognising the need to maintain green and ecologically valuable space in Birmingham and the Black Country, and subject to the provisions of the Bill, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to mitigate or provide compensatory measures within or in close proximity to the site of loss where reasonably practicable and to engage with the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country, regarding these measures.
52.50700110191359 -2.123805284500122 Birmingham and the Black Country Wildlife Trust (BBCWT) assurance 10/09/2014 Other nature conservation impacts Birmingham and the Black Country Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Georgia Stokes(BBCWT) - assurance 2 ii) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with the Wildlife Trust regarding the application of any Community Funds for ecological mitigation within Birmingham.
52.48103564702343 -1.8869876861572266 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.6 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to participate in any future appropriate governance arrangements, established by BCC, to manage shared regeneration objectives for the local area in Birmingham including integration of the station into the wider area; the development of wider infrastructure/public realm, and maximising the local employment and training opportunities arising from the construction of the HS2 station
52.49251459540903 -1.8639421463012695 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Saltley Viaduct Strategy Saltley Viaduct, Birmingham, B8 1JN Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 2.1 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC and Centro to develop a strategy ("the Saltley Viaduct Strategy") to minimise as far as reasonably practicable, the impact of the closure of Saltley Viaduct for HS2 Works ("the Closure") on the road traffic network and mitigate its impact on all user groups taking into account the effects of any diverted traffic in the wider area; such strategy to include consideration of a temporary bridge suitable for pedestrian and cycle traffic for the purpose of informing a requirement by BCC under paragraph 13 of Schedule 31 to the Bill
52.49220103844158 -1.862558126449585 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Saltley Viaduct Strategy Saltley Viaduct, Birmingham, B8 1JN Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 2.2 In order to mitigate impacts of the Closure on the road traffic network, the Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: 2.2.1.1. ensure that Saltley Viaduct will only be closed for such minimum period of time as may reasonably be required to complete the relevant HS2 Works and that Saltley Viaduct will be reopened as soon as reasonably practicable after that period has elapsed; 2.2.1.2. use reasonable endeavours to procure the necessary agreements from Network Rail and other relevant parties to allow the time period of the Closure to be reduced to a minimum; 2.2.1.3. comply with BCC and Centro’s reasonable requests to be provided with information, programmes and/or method statements for HS2 Works relating to the Closure as well as the anticipated date for permanently reopening Saltley Viaduct; and 2.2.1.4. take into account any reasonable proposals BCC or Centro make relating to information, programmes and/or method statements provided to them under paragraph 2.2.1.3.
52.49188094673126 -1.8634271621704102 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Saltley Viaduct Costs Saltley Viaduct, Birmingham, B8 1JN Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 2.3 In relation to the repayment of costs incurred, the Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to apply Paragraph 11 of Schedule 31 of the Bill to Centro as if Centro were a highway authority
52.48587716242551 -1.8917673826217651 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Birmingham, Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.1 & 3.2 (a In this assurance, “the Operator” refers to Veolia and/or its successor under the Waste Management Contract. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: work jointly with BCC and the Operator to ensure that the Bottom Ash Plant forming part of the Waste Facility currently located at Tameside Drive is relocated to a suitable alternative site
52.45570865121248 -1.8523120880126953 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Tyseley Industrial Estate, Seeleys Road, Birmingham, B11 2L Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.1 & 3.2 (b In this assurance, “the Operator” refers to Veolia and/or its successor under the Waste Management Contract. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: if necessary or advantageous to do so in order to facilitate the relocation of the Bottom Ash Plant, promote the requisite amendments to the Bill to facilitate the acquisition, delivery and bringing in to operation of the alternative site for the relocated Bottom Ash Plant
52.45589171145691 -1.854393482208252 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Tyseley Industrial Estate, Seeleys Road, Birmingham, B11 2L Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.1 & 3.2 (c In this assurance, “the Operator” refers to Veolia and/or its successor under the Waste Management Contract. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: take all reasonable steps to ensure that there is no interruption or disruption or reduction in the level or quality of waste services provided by the existing or relocated Bottom Ash Plant as a result of the HS2 Works
52.48562235910951 -1.8920302391052246 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Birmingham, Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.1 & 3.2 (d In this assurance, “the Operator” refers to Veolia and/or its successor under the Waste Management Contract. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: subject to BCC and/or the Operator procuring all necessary consents and licenses on behalf of the Nominated Undertaker (with all reasonable costs met by the Nominated Undertaker), take all reasonable steps to ensure that there is no interruption or disruption or reduction in the level or quality of waste services provided by the Household Recycling Centre currently co-located at the Waste Facility at Tameside Drive (including any temporary or permanent reconfiguration required) as a result of the HS2 Works
52.485645226134054 -1.8928027153015137 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Birmingham, Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.1 & 3.2 (e In this assurance, “the Operator” refers to Veolia and/or its successor under the Waste Management Contract. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: take all reasonable steps to ensure that the Household Recycling Centre currently co-located at the Waste Facility at Tameside Drive will remain in operation following the completion of the HS2 Works in a form no less effective or advantageous than the existing facility
52.45700313231881 -1.85319185256958 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Tyseley Industrial Estate, Seeleys Road, Birmingham, B11 2L Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.1 & 3.2 (f In this assurance, “the Operator” refers to Veolia and/or its successor under the Waste Management Contract. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: provide compensation to BCC or the Operator in line with the Compensation Code for the equivalent reinstatement of the Bottom Ash Plant
52.45489794669657 -1.8537282943725586 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Tyseley Industrial Estate, Seeleys Road, Birmingham, B11 2L Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.3 a) The above commitment is subject to: BCC identifying a suitable alternative site for the Bottom Ash Plant; and BCC identifying to the Promoter that such alternative site can accommodate the Bottom Ash Plant
52.456859302963984 -1.8508529663085938 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 City Council Waste Facility Tyseley Industrial Estate, Seeleys Road, Birmingham, B11 2L Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 3.3 b) The above commitment is subject to: BCC identifying a suitable alternative site for the Bottom Ash Plant; and BCC or its Operator obtaining all relevant licences and approvals for the operation of the Bottom Ash Plant at the alternative site with all reasonable costs met by the Nominated Undertaker
52.49717195961515 -1.8389439582824707 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Washwood Heath Drew's Lane, Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 2QE Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 4.1 a) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to ensure that the residual land not required for the operation of the railway or Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot at Washwood Heath is made available to the market with highway access to the boundary, as soon as reasonably practicable after completion of the construction work
52.49771408917337 -1.8384826183319092 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Washwood Heath Drew's Lane, Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 2QE Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 4.1 b) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to minimise the land required for the operation of the railway and Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot in so far as reasonably practicable
52.49832152760491 -1.837913990020752 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Washwood Heath Drew's Lane, Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 2QE Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 4.1 c) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to ensure that the construction of the Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot at Washwood Heath commences as soon as reasonably practicable following Royal Assent of the Bill and that the Nominated Undertaker completes construction of the Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot as quickly as is reasonably practicable
52.49878526527454 -1.8373668193817139 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Washwood Heath Drew's Lane, Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 2QE Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 4.1 d) i) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to implement a training and skills package to bring forward opportunities for employment arising from the construction of the Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot, its subsequent operation and the development of the residual land not required for the operation of the railway or Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot
52.499314312135844 -1.8366801738739014 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Washwood Heath Drew's Lane, Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 2QE Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 4.1 d) ii) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to implement a training and skills package to give opportunities for local people to engage in training and development opportunities during the construction phase of the Proposed Scheme
52.499895603198766 -1.8359935283660889 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Washwood Heath Drew's Lane, Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 2QE Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 4.2 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker, in consultation with BCC, to undertake in good time prior to the commencement of works on the Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot, a review with supporting evidence of the water attenuation options at the Washwood Heath Site with a view to, where reasonably practicable, minimising the area of land occupied or sterilised by balancing ponds or other flood attenuation measures and maximising the land available for development and to have due regard to the conclusions of that review, in consultation with BCC, before carrying out the works
52.48028421697611 -1.8878674507141113 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Metro development Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 5.1 5.1.1. The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: 5.1.1.1. include provision within the Curzon Street station design for subsurface works in New Canal Street to accommodate the proposed Midland Metro Birmingham Eastside Extension ('BEE'); and 5.1.1.2. participate in a joint working group to be established by Centro to: a) develop the design of a high-quality and high-capacity interchange between the HS2 Curzon Street station and the BEE (collectively referred to as 'the Projects'); b) co-ordinate the designs of the Projects; and c) develop a co-ordinated construction strategy for the Projects. 5.1.2. In developing the design of the Projects, the working group will have regard to the Birmingham HS2 Curzon Masterplan for Growth published for consultation in February 2014. 5.1.3. The working group will use reasonable endeavours to agree all requirements for design changes to HS2 needed to accommodate the BEE with the aim of minimising overall costs to both parties. 5.1.4. If the working group cannot agree, the matter in dispute shall be referred to and settled by a single arbitrator to be agreed between the parties or, failing agreement, to be appointed by the President of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
52.48005551832732 -1.8879318237304688 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Metro Funding Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 5.2 5.2.1. The Nominated Undertaker will meet the costs of the Curzon Street station foundations necessary to accommodate the lowering of New Canal Street to allow for the BEE alignment. 5.2.2. Save for the costs mentioned in 5.2.1, Centro will bear the reasonable additional costs incurred by the Nominated Undertaker as a result of altering the Curzon Street station to accommodate the BEE. 5.2.3. The costs mentioned in 5.2.2 must be agreed between the Nominated Undertaker and Centro before being incurred.
52.48015353217953 -1.8873310089111328 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Metro - Electromagnetic interference Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 5.3 5.3.1. The Secretary of State will ensure that the Nominated Undertaker will implement specific design solutions, in compliance with British and European Standards, and use construction best practice to mitigate, so far as reasonably practicable, effects (including but not limited to induced voltages, earthing, electromagnetic interference and bonding issues) associated with the interface between all HS2 Works and the Midland Metro (including the BEE) and will consult Centro on such proposed solutions and best practice as part of the joint design development process at 5.1.1.2. (commitment 178 above) 5.3.2. In mitigating the effects associated with the interface between HS2 and the Midland Metro, the Nominated Undertaker will in particular ensure as a minimum: 5.3.2.1. that the design, construction and operation of all HS2 Works complies with the BSEN50121 series of electromagnetic compatibility standards entitled "Railway applications — Electromagnetic compatibility"; 5.3.2.2. that, where the traction systems of the HS2 Works and the Midland Metro are in close proximity, the design, construction and operation of all HS2 Works shall comply with the BSEN50122 series of standards entitled "Railway applications - Fixed installations — Electrical safety, earthing and the return circuit" , such compliance to include but not be limited to: a) the provision of an adequate overhead contact line zone and current collector zone for the Midland Metro tram when it runs beneath the Curzon Street Station at New Canal Street; and b) provision of a suitable method of maintaining electrical separation between HS2 and the Midland Metro system.
52.48602089697828 -1.8932640552520752 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Business Relocations Birmingham wide Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 6 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to ensure that businesses in the Birmingham area subject to relocation as a result of the proposed scheme are provided the opportunity (subject to and within the terms of the Compensation Code) to relocate within the Birmingham area
52.48632143134359 -1.8931084871292114 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Open Spaces Birmingham wide Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 7.1 Where there is a permanent and significant community effect resulting from the permanent loss of public open space or a community facility, as a result of the HS2 works, the Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC to identify a suitable alternative which may include: replacement public open space; improvements or alteration to the remaining portion of the public open space; or community facilities or improvements to other public open spaces or community facilities in the area
52.480539051213 -1.8887364864349365 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – timing of construction Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.1.1 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to use its best endeavours to complete the construction of Curzon Street Station as quickly as is reasonably practicable.
52.48642923121339 -1.8925988674163818 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Open Spaces Birmingham wide Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 7.2 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to share with BCC detailed plans for the proposed replacement of open space as part of the detailed design phase
52.48092456686831 -1.8889027833938599 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.1 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to use its best endeavours to agree with Birmingham City Council (“BCC”) and Centro a design for Curzon Street Station.
52.48638349796755 -1.8920785188674927 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Open Spaces Birmingham wide Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 7.3 Where replacement open space is outside of Bill limits the Nominated Undertaker will work with BCC to respond to reasonable requests in their consideration of the design and to secure the timely determination of any required planning application
52.480689337378706 -1.8881195783615112 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.2 a) The Secretary of State will, prior to seeking approval for the design of Curzon Street Station under Schedule 16 of the Bill, require a Nominated Undertaker: to jointly with BCC and Centro (as related to their statutory functions), and until the completion of the building, establish a station design panel or equivalent which is to be comprised of no less than 6 members, the chairperson and other members to be appointed jointly by a Nominated Undertaker, BCC and Centro;
52.486180964450156 -1.8917834758758545 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Training & Skills Birmingham wide Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 8 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to work with BCC prior to the commencement of the HS2 works on a package of skills and training measures (including apprenticeships for young people) to connect local people from the Birmingham area to jobs in the construction of the high speed railway in the Birmingham City Council area
52.480846157178206 -1.8875563144683838 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.2 b) The Secretary of State will, prior to seeking approval for the design of Curzon Street Station under Schedule 16 of the Bill, require a Nominated Undertaker: to (i) expedite production of the detailed station design so far as reasonably practicable, (ii) submit it for review by the station design panel or equivalent, and (iii) have regard to any recommendations made by the station design panel or equivalent insofar as they are within the allocated HS2 budget and any additional financial resources identified by BCC and Centro, together with the limits and powers set out in the Bill
52.48103564702343 -1.8882858753204346 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.2 c) The Secretary of State will, prior to seeking approval for the design of Curzon Street Station under Schedule 16 of the Bill, require a Nominated Undertaker: to publish a report setting out the recommendations of the station design panel or equivalent, including a Nominated Undertaker’s decision in relation to each such recommendation and the reasons for such decisions
52.48114019279563 -1.887626051902771 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.3 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to, so far as is reasonably practicable and within the allocated HS2 budget and any additional financial resources identified by BCC and Centro, together with the limits and powers set out in the Bill, design Curzon Street Station having due regard to the following design principles: a) Simple and Clear – the station must be easy to find and use with simple and clear spaces and self evident routes to and from trains supported by lucid orientation and wayfinding. b) Safe and Secure – the design will create open and welcoming spaces without hidden corners and difficult areas to monitor, safe for both passengers and staff. c) Inclusive and Accessible – the station will be equally accessible to all and provide step-free access from street to platform level. d) Welcoming & User-friendly – provide facilities commensurate for a 21st century station that ensures passenger comfort and convenience. e) Functional and Operable – Simplify the surveillance and safe operation of the station facilities by creating simple and uncomplicated spaces that have easy to operate systems. f) Maintainable and Flexible – The building and materials specified must be of high quality, robust, durable and easy and maintain. The designs shall make provision for maintenance access and future flexibility. g) Sustainable – The highest sustainable targets will be set and the design will actively seek to reduce the environmental impacts arising from the construction and operation of the station. h) Value for money – Ensure that there is balance between the long-term costs of operating the station and its fitness for purpose is optimised. i) Permeable and integrated – The design needs to maximise site permeability and provide the best solutions for transport interchange. j) Buildable – the design will have integrated buildability and construction requirements. k) A quality of both design and materials that reflects the importance of the station as a mechanism for the regeneration of Birmingham and that creates a step change for station design and experience. l) Integration of the station with the local transport network having regard to the principles of efficient, convenience and accessible transport interchange described in the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan for Growth and the West Midlands Connectivity Package. m) An internal layout of the public concourses that optimises connectivity through the station and does not preclude international passenger services. n) Appropriate location of railway infrastructure to avoid conflict with regeneration opportunities and to maximise the potential of development land having regard to the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan for Growth. o) The provision of public realm surrounding the station, having due regard to the principles and proposals of the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan for Growth which seeks to create new squares and spaces that maximise connectivity to Digbeth, Eastside and the City Core. p) Optimising the number of station entrances and exits from public concourses. q) Seeking to optimise active frontages along key elevations. r) Enhancing the setting of the Grade I listed former Curzon Street Station building, the adjoining Woodman Public House and the Eastside City Park. s) Minimising construction impacts on Eastside City Park and the wider Eastside area including Millennium Point, the Science Garden and Birmingham City University City Centre Campus.
52.480705672800546 -1.8893158435821533 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.4 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker to work jointly with BCC prior to the commencement of the HS2 Works on a package of skills and training measures to connect local people to jobs in the construction of the high speed railway in the Birmingham City Council area
52.48127740874456 -1.8871486186981201 Birmingham City Council & CENTRO assurance 16/07/2014 Curzon Street Station – design principles Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Paul Dransfield (BCC) and Geoff Inskip (Centro) 1.2.5 The Secretary of State will require a Nominated Undertaker, from the date of these Assurances to keep BCC and Centro regularly informed and to consult them in relation to: a) the progress of the design of Curzon Street Station; b) proposed submissions for approval under Schedule 16 of the Bill relating to Curzon Street Station; c) the construction programme for the HS2 Works; d) the likely commencement and completion of the HS2 Works; e) the likely opening date of Curzon Street Station; f) actions during any defects liability period; and g) any proposed changes to any of the matters set out in (a) – (f) above.
52.48069913863255 -1.8859389424324036 Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House assurance 15/08/2014 Traffic access to Andover St. Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House, Banbury Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 5RH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Roy Smith Paragraph 1 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that, as far as reasonably practicable: a. Andover Street will remain, at all times, open to traffic to and from the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House throughout the construction of the Proposed Scheme; and b. while Andover Street and the proposed HS2 service road running from Curzon Street to New Canal Street (and connecting with Andover Street and the remaining spur of Banbury Street, which will be the length from its junction with Andover Street to the boundary of the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House) will be closed to through traffic, both roads will be open to traffic to and from the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House following the completion of HS2 works associated with Curzon Street Station and during the operation of the Proposed Scheme.
52.48078244920206 -1.8865075707435608 Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House assurance 15/08/2014 Secondary access Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House, Banbury Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 5RH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Roy Smith Paragraph 2 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that: a. should access for traffic to and from the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House not be available via Andover Street during the construction phase of HS2-associated works, a secondary access will be provided through a construction area under the control of the nominated undertaker; b. (due to health and safety requirements) any secondary access will be under the control of the nominated undertaker; c. the nominated undertaker remains in regular contact with the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House to ensure that any secondary access is available at short notice.
52.480761213189524 -1.8863734602928162 Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House assurance 15/08/2014 Engagement during detailed design Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House, Banbury Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 5RH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Roy Smith Paragraph 3 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House during the detailed design stage of the Proposed Scheme to better understand the access requirements of the Proof House, and to work with the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House prior to commencement of construction to develop an engagement plan with a view to ensuring that any impact on deliveries or visitors associated with the construction of the Proposed Scheme in the area around Curzon Street Station is mitigated as far as reasonably practicable.
52.48074814486902 -1.8862393498420715 Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House assurance 15/08/2014 Traffic access routes Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House, Banbury Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 5RH Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Roy Smith Paragraph 4 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House in line with the Code of Construction Practice. This engagement will include: a. the provision of advance information on construction phasing; b. the provision of advance information on utility diversions; c. working with the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House to identify a suitable solution to controlling access for through traffic to both Andover Street and the HS2 service road running from Curzon Street to New Canal Street (and connecting with Andover Street and the remaining spur of Banbury Street, which will be the length from its junction with Andover Street to the boundary of the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House); and d. consulting the Birmingham Gun Barrel Proof House on the placement of HS2 construction hoardings in the immediate vicinity of the Proof House.
52.480291567984395 -1.9047720730304718 Birmingham Museums Trust and Birmingham City Council assurance 01/01/1970 Various Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3DH Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.52341511338548 -1.712043285369873 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Vibration Sensitive Research and Manufacturing facility BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 1.2 The Secretary of State acknowledges that BMW Hams Hall is a Vibration Sensitive Research and Manufacturing facility according to Table 4 of Information Paper E23 and shall require the nominated undertaker to carry out a risk assessment in respect of any harmful effects from vibration generated by the construction of the Relevant Works. If the Risk Assessment identifies the potential for harmful effects, the Nominated Undertaker will include within the Risk Assessment a Vibration Management Protocol, which is to be implemented prior to the Relevant Works commencing. The Risk Assessment will include, but not necessarily be limited to, vibration predictions, vibration assessment (including the identification of relevant criteria), identification of control measures to be adopted, and a vibration monitoring regime and associated control mechanisms. The approach to, and conclusions of, the Risk Assessment, and any Vibration Management Protocol, will be developed in consultation with BMW, or their nominated representatives, before the Relevant Works commence.
52.523545669641834 -1.710348129272461 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Risk assessments BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 1.3 The risk assessment shall take into account the nature of the machinery and work undertaken at BMW Hams Hall, the existing vibration in the potentially affected locations, the nature of the construction activities proposed and the intervening ground conditions and the receptor of any vibration. The Vibration Management Protocol shall identify an initial vibration alert level (or levels) and an Ultimate Limit, which, if exceeded, is likely to cause harm having regard to the manufacturer’s requirements for the sensitive machinery at BMW Hams Hall.
52.525268975860236 -1.7125582695007324 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Vibration management protocol BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 1.4 The Vibration Management Protocol will include details of the monitoring and control of vibration as a result of the Relevant Works, and the actions that will be taken in the event of the initial alert level(s) being exceeded (see 1.4 below). A monitoring system (or systems) shall be used to identify, at suitable locations, levels of vibration caused by the Relevant Works. The Vibration Management Protocol should take account of the distance between the Relevant Works,) the monitoring locations and the sensitive equipment, where these are different and determine the vibration alert level(s) accordingly. Methods of control may include selection of methods of working and types of construction plant and the control of the use of the plant/equipment.
52.525347306354654 -1.7101550102233887 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Vibration monitoring BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 1.5 If vibration as a result of the Relevant Works at any monitoring location exceeds the initial alert level(s) identified in the risk assessment, the Nominated Undertaker will cease the activity identified as giving rise to vibration levels which exceed the alert level as quickly as can safely be achieved. The related construction activity will not be permitted to recommence until a method of preventing the Ultimate Limit from being exceeded has been implemented. At the recommencement of any such activity, sufficient monitoring will be undertaken directly in relation to the initial alert level(s). Should the initial alert level(s) be exceeded again, the Nominated Undertaker will repeat immediate cessation of the related construction activity. The related construction activity will not be permitted to recommence until appropriate measures have been implemented which satisfy the requirements of paragraphs 1.1 to 1.3.
52.522723158748654 -1.7083311080932617 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Access to Faraday Avenue BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 2.1 Subject to Clause 2.4 (commitment 278) the Secretary of State shall require the nominated undertaker to maintain Faraday Avenue or an alternative access road or a combination of the two (“the access”) suitable for HGV and ordinary vehicular traffic in both directions between the A446 and the Hams Hall Business Park 24hrs a day and 7 days a week through the construction phase of the Relevant Works so far as is within the nominated undertaker’s remit or control.
52.52473371374306 -1.7077946662902832 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Traffic flow on Faraday Avenue BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 2.2 The access shall have sufficient capacity to maintain the volume of traffic existing on Faraday Avenue immediately prior to the commencement of the Relevant Works.
52.521783127441054 -1.7062926292419434 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Reinstatement of Faraday Avenue BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 2.3 Upon completion of the relevant works Faraday Avenue shall be reinstated to the reasonable satisfaction of the Highways Authority and so as to remain fit for the purpose for which it is currently used.
52.52381983651718 -1.7055630683898926 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Traffic Management Measures BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 2.4 Nothing in paragraph 2.1 above shall prevent the nominated undertaker from implementing such traffic management measures as it considers necessary in order to safely manage the road construction works including changes to temporary and permanent road layouts.
52.52230536953979 -1.70363187789917 BMW assurance 13/10/2014 Provision of regulation information and consultation BMW Plant Hams Hall, Canton Lane, Hams Halll, Colehill, N Warwickshire, B46 1GB Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Nick Spenser (BMW) 2.5 The Secretary of State shall require the nominated undertaker, as from the date of these assurances, to keep BMW regularly informed and to consult them in relation to: the progress of the design of the alternative access road; proposed submissions for approval under Schedule 16 of the Bill relating to the access; the construction programme for the Relevant Works; the likely commencement and completion dates of the Relevant Works; and any proposed changes to the above matters.
52.51505217679817 -1.7131483554840088 Bovis Homes, Bromwich Court assurance 10/11/2014 Compulsory acquisition Bovis Homes, Bromwich Court, Highway Point, Gorsey Lane, Coleshill, B46 1JU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Bob Evans (Bovis Homes) Paragraph 1) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker not to exercise over land parcel 563 any powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred under clause 4 of the Bill for the provision of constructing Work No. 3/38 as indicated in drawing reference Bovis Homes 0441-A1
52.51489547895345 -1.7122364044189453 Bovis Homes, Bromwich Court assurance 10/11/2014 Compulsory acquisition Bovis Homes, Bromwich Court, Highway Point, Gorsey Lane, Coleshill, B46 1JU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Bob Evans (Bovis Homes) Paragrapgh 2) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to reduce the amount of land required in land parcel 567 in order to carry out HS2 works so that the Bovis Homes’ building (Bromwich Court) is no longer subject to powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred under clause 4 of the Bill and which are required for the purposes of constructing Work 3/38 as indicated in drawing reference Bovis Homes 0441-A1
52.509900442366714 -1.7915868759155273 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Compensation claim Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause iv) In the event that British Car Auctions shall identify suitable premises for the relocation of their business on a date prior to the date of notice, on receipt from British Car Auctions of details of those premises, the Secretary of State will confirm whether or not he/she accepts that those premises provide a reasonable basis for British Car Auctions’ claim for compensation under Rule 6 of the Land Compensation Rules 1961
52.510899495105505 -1.7933142185211182 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Notice Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause 1 The Secretary of State will provide British Car Auctions with six months’ advanced notice of entry on the property at Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, under section 11(1) of the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 or section 8 of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981.
52.510592598968486 -1.7931640148162842 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Compensation Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause 2 The Secretary of State is willing to pay British Car Auctions up to 90 % of the nominated undertaker’s estimate of the compensation (including for disturbance) payable to British Car Auctions for compulsory purchase of its leasehold interest, upon service of the notice referred to in assurance (1) above. This is subject to British Car Auctions agreeing and being able to accept a charge over its leasehold interest for the amount of the compensation paid, and the amount of advance payment will be reduced to reflect the amount of any loan already secured against its interest
52.509782905257275 -1.7927563190460205 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Planning Application Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause 3 HS2 Ltd will, if required by British Car Auctions, write to Birmingham City Council as local planning authority, in support of the Petitioner’s existing planning application (2014/06133/PA) for a vehicle auction facility on their site located on the former P&O site, College Road, Perry Barr, Birmingham B6 7AT
52.51114109268441 -1.7921233177185059 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Progress updates Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause 3 i) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to keep British Car Auctions updated on the progress of the Bill and likely target dates for taking possession of the property at Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham
52.510684015063205 -1.7919087409973145 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Relocation Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause 3 ii) The Promoter will encourage the Agency service to engage proactively with British Car Auctions to assist it, as and when necessary, whilst it undertakes the search for alternative premises, to identify its requirements and plan its relocation in advance of Royal Assent
52.51031834954342 -1.7917263507843018 British Car Auctions assurance 08/10/2014 Disturbance costs Hayward Industrial Estate, Langley Drive, Birmingham, B35 7AD Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Christopher Papanicolaou Clause 3 iii) The Promoter will, in these circumstances, agree to treat the reasonable costs incurred by British Car Auctions in connection with the search for alternative premises as proper disturbance costs in British Car Auctions’ claim for compensation
British Telecommunications plc Undertaking 31/07/2014 Various Routewide Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.66356521783719 -1.916213035583496 Brook Farm (Andrew Shaw) assurance 14/10/2014 Hints footpath underpass Brook Farm, Hanney Hay Rd, Burntwood, WS7 4RB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Roger Bedson (Hinson Parry & Co) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to construct Hints footpath No. 9 underpass to provide a 3.5 m wide track with 0.5m raised verges on both sides, and headroom clearance of 4.25m
52.66302513548924 -1.915515661239624 Brook Farm (Andrew Shaw) assurance 14/10/2014 Utility conduit duct Brook Farm, Hanney Hay Rd, Burntwood, WS7 4RB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Roger Bedson (Hinson Parry & Co) Subject to Part 3 of Schedule 4 of the Bill, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker in the construction of Work No. 3/48 to provide a utility conduit duct with a minimum diameter of 100 mm beneath the surface of that part of Hints Footpath No 9 to be constructed within Act limits
2.49834765380082 -1.8574190139770508 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Period of notice of entry Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 1 The Secretary of State will keep Cargo Express Limited informed of the progress of the Bill and of likely target dates for the implementation of the project.
52.498259477827375 -1.8570274114608765 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Period of notice of entry Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 2 The Secretary of State will not require possession of the property at Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, for the Proposed Scheme before Q1 2017.
52.49818763060718 -1.8566465377807617 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Valuation of property Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 3 Once the Bill has received Royal Assent, the Secretary of State will provide Cargo Express Limited with not less than nine months’ notice of entry on the property at Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, under section 11(1) of the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 or section 8 of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981.
52.498096188520734 -1.856313943862915 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Valuation of property Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 4 The Secretary of State is willing to pay Cargo Express Limited up to 90 % of the nominated undertaker’s estimate of the compensation (including for disturbance) payable to Cargo Express Limited for compulsory purchase of the property at Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, upon service of the notice referred to in assurance (3) above. This is subject to Cargo Express Limited agreeing to accept a charge over the property for the amount of the compensation paid, and the amount of advance payment will be reduced to reflect the amount of any loan already secured against Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham.
52.49810598589623 -1.8577247858047485 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Engagement Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 5 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with Cargo Express Limited no less than three months in advance of the likely date of the notice referred to in assurance (3) above, in order to seek to agree the principles for determination of Cargo Express Limited’s claim for land compensation (including an indicative list of items payable for disturbance).
52.49802434103369 -1.8572044372558594 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Agency service Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 6 The Promoter will require the Agency service to offer appropriate assistance to Cargo Express Limited in respect of the relocation of their business for the purposes of the project.
52.49797535404342 -1.856791377067566 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Professional costs Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 7 The Promoter will acknowledge that professional costs reasonably incurred by Cargo Express Limited, for the purposes of seeking to identify suitable premises at which to relocate their business for the purposes of the project, are a proper Head of Claim.
52.497900240552276 -1.856490969657898 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Method of valuation Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 8 i) The Promoter will (or will require the nominated undertaker to) seek to agree the method of valuation to be used in assessing the Rule 2 compensation that would be payable to Cargo Express Limited if the property at Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, is acquired for the purposes of the Proposed Scheme.
52.498494613363576 -1.8580090999603271 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Estimate of open market value Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 8 ii) The Promoter will (or will require the nominated undertaker to) seek to agree an estimate of the current open market value of Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham (although the actual compensation payable in the event of acquisition will depend upon the timing of that acquisition).
52.498285604060186 -1.8582290410995483 Cargo Express Limited (Mr Dean O'Reilly) assurance 03/10/2014 Heads of claim Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham, B8 1QF Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Dean O'Reilly - assurance 8) iii) The Promoter will (or will require the nominated undertaker to) seek to agree an indicative list of likely heads of claim, in respect of any disturbance claim in the event that Heartlands House, Aston Church Road, Saltley, Birmingham `is acquired for the purposes of the Proposed Scheme.
52.49909877529416 -1.841111183166504 Clean Power Properties Limited assurance 11/06/2014 Compulsory purchase powers Washwood Heath, Birmingham, B8 Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Jeremy Fooks (RLand Energy) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker not to exercise compulsory purchase powers for land plot 191 as identified in the Book of Reference (Parliamentary Plan C224-ARP-HY-DPL-040-127500) and that the land will be released back to Network Rail.
51.84874302613955 -0.9002673625946045 David Vick assurance 23/04/2014 Land Acquisition Lapstone House, Blackgrove Road, HP18 0NJ - Land parcel 95 Letter to Mr David Vick from Martin Wells (HS2 Ltd) On behalf of the Secretary of State, HS2 Ltd can therefore offer you the assurance that the land numbered 95 in the parish of Waddesdon will not be taken under the Bill.
52.564123320527784 -1.7084920406341553 Drayton Bassett Parish Council assurance 20/10/2014 Drayton Basset Viaduct design amendment Drayton Basset Viaduct Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Potts 1. Subject to the conditions set out at paragraph 2 below, the Promoter will amend the design of Work No 3/48 so as to replace the Drayton Bassett viaduct with an embankment and culverts and a lowering of the alignment by a maximum of approximately 2.5m at the viaduct (“the replacement works”). 2. The assurance given in paragraph 1 above is subject to – (a) the satisfactory progressing of detailed design of the replacement works; (b) the successful promotion of an Additional Provision (“AP”) to amend the Bill so as to confer the powers necessary to carry out the replacement works including powers to acquire compulsorily the land required to accommodate the replacement works and any additional mitigation measures that may be required; (c) the carrying out of a satisfactory environmental impact assessment of the effects of the replacement works and the preparation of supplementary environmental information to support the application for the AP.
Environment Agency Undertaking 26/06/2014 Costs Routewide Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.462049937643734 -1.7060565948486328 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 Temporary vehicle access provision and maintenance Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 1 1.The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that temporary vehicle access will be provided and maintained to the front of the Melbicks Garden & Leisure site throughout the period of works required for the realignment of the A452 Chester Road and for the reinstatement of a permanent access to the site following the completion of those works, together with all necessary accommodation works.
52.461520442487185 -1.7054450511932373 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 Goods vehicle access Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 2 2. The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that the goods vehicle access to the Melbicks Garden & Leisure site (located at the rear of the property, with access from the A446 Stonebridge road) will be available throughout the construction period and during the operation of the scheme, or that it will be subject to limited restrictions about which The Garden & Leisure Group (Company Number 03465908), or its successors in title, will be notified in advance. However, permanent access rights will be required so that occasional maintenance of a high-voltage power line can be carried out.
52.46325271779244 -1.7074084281921387 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 Temporary and permanent replacement parking spaces Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 3 3. Subject to the successful promotion of an Additional Provision to the Bill to secure rights to use an area of land currently used for overspill car parking adjacent to the existing Melbicks Garden & Leisure site car park, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to: a. provide temporary and permanent replacement parking spaces on the Melbicks Garden & Leisure site equal to the number lost through the work required for the realignment of the A452 Chester Road and associated works, such as the provision of a temporary access to the site and the subsequent construction of a permanent access; b. reinstate temporarily lost spaces when that work is complete; and c. only exercise the powers gained over the area of land currently used for overspill car parking through the promotion of an Additional Provision to re-provide car parking spaces and carry out associated works, on the basis that this will be in full and final settlement of any claim regarding car parking that The Garden & Leisure Group (Company Number 03465908), its successors in title or any related entity may have.
52.46090595864308 -1.704726219177246 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 Re- provision of car parking spaces, associated lighting, landscaping, pedestrian crossings and bay marking Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 4 4. The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to re-provide car parking spaces and associated lighting, landscaping, pedestrian crossings and bay marking on the basis of like-for-like replacement, taking into account any legislative changes, so that the number of spaces lost (either temporarily or permanently) will be re-provided, and that the re-provision will be to an equivalent standard to those spaces that are lost. The number of spaces to be relocated, and the number to be reinstated on a permanent basis, is to be determined by the nominated undertaker and agreed with the The Garden & Leisure Group (Company Number 03465908) or its successors in title, all parties acting reasonably, at a later date, pending the detailed design of the Proposed Scheme. Should the relevant Additional Provision to the Bill not be passed, the Secretary of State will require a nominated undertaker to discuss and agree alternative provision for replacement temporary and permanent parking with The Garden & Leisure Group (Company Number 03465908) or its successors in title, and work with it and the relevant local planning authorities to secure and implement the necessary consents.
52.46312198241156 -1.7056167125701904 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 High voltage power line Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 5 5. Subject to the agreement of the relevant utility company and any work required for safety reasons, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to leave the redundant high voltage power line from plot 12 (as shown on sheet 3-009 of Volume 3.1 of the Parliamentary Plans) in its current position. Should agreement with the relevant utility company not be possible, the Secretary of State will require a nominated undertaker to discuss the works required to plot 12 with The Garden & Leisure Group Limited (Company Number 03465908) or its successors in title, and to consult it on a plan to manage, minimise and mitigate disruption to the site that may be caused by the works, as well as examine the impact and scope of any necessary reinstatement works before undertaking them.
52.4620760853877 -1.7042648792266846 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 Permanent directional signage Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 6 6. The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to support The Garden & Leisure Group Limited (Company Number 03465908) or its successors in title in seeking the necessary consents from the relevant local highway authorities to provide and maintain permanent directional signage of reasonable size in company branding on the A452/A446 roundabout directly relating to the Melbicks Garden & Leisure site.
52.46258596329087 -1.7067539691925049 Garden and Leisure Group Limited assurance 25/09/2014 Protection of borehole on the Melbicks Garden & Leisure site Chester Road- Coleshill Birmingham Warwickshire B46 3HX Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sarah Sutherland (Garden and Leisure Group Ltd) - assurance 7 7. The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the borehole located on the Melbicks Garden & Leisure site (at National Grid Reference SP20107 84932 and governed by Environment Agency licence serial number MD/028/0011/006) is protected throughout the duration of HS2-associated construction works on the site, and to consult The Garden & Leisure Group Limited (Company Number 03465908) or its successors in title on a plan to mitigate any disruption caused by any HS2 related works to the borehole as well as examine the impact and scope of any necessary reinstatement or repair works caused by the HS2-associated works on the borehole before undertaking them.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Assessment of sound from stationary systems - methodology Routewide Information Paper E22 - Control of noise from the operation of stationary systems (v1.1), paragraph 4.3 The nominated undertaker will assess the sound from stationary systems at the nearest residential receptor based on the principles set out in BS4142:1997. This methodology requires an assessment of the sound produced by the stationary system under assessment against the background level. The surveys used to define the background levels will need to be carried out at the time of the detailed design. This will ensure that the background level will be established using up‐to‐date and robust information. The nominated undertaker will undertake the following steps to control noise from the stationary systems: specify noise limits and incorporate acoustic requirements into contract documents such that they will apply to the design of all the stationary systems that are to be installed and operated as part of the Proposed Scheme; determine the relevant background levels and establish these jointly with the relevant local authorities; procure, install and commission stationary systems, including sound attenuation equipment that meets the specification requirements; where it is not possible to achieve the lower design objective (noise rating to be 5dB below the background level), provide details to the relevant local authority (whose comments will be taken into account) of the steps to be taken to ensure that, under all reasonably foreseeable circumstances, the design and procurement processes for stationary systems are adequate to achieve compliance with the design criteria; and before formal operation of the stationary system, complete a standard suite of acceptance tests as necessary to demonstrate that the operational sound levels achieve the design criteria.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Inclusive design assurance - design panel Routewide Information Paper D5- Inclusive Design Policy (v1.1), paragraph 5.3 Individuals from a wide range of backgrounds will form a design panel. As part of the overall design management strategy it will help HS2 Ltd to make the right design choices and deliver on the design vision for the project. The HS2 Design Panel will act in an advisory capacity, providing a constructive critique and challenging decisions in the delivery of the stated design ambitions of the project.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Application of EDI policy Routewide Information Paper G5: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy, v.1.1, paragraph 6.1 The policy applies to HS2 Ltd, its staff and its contractors. All staff and contractors can expect treatment in accordance with the policy and will be expected to implement the policy in the course of their work.
General Undertaking 01/07/2014 Compliance with the EMRs Routewide Transcript of Day 1 of House of Commons Select Committee, paragraphs 107 and 110 Again, the nominated undertaker will be contractually bound to give effect to any such undertakings and assurances. That in turn leads me to give an undertaking that I now do on behalf of the Secretary of State, which is this. Insofar as the Environmental Minimum Requirements are not directly enforceable against any person appointed as the nominated undertaker, the Secretary of State will take such steps as he considers reasonable and necessary to secure compliance with those requirements. This undertaking will go on the register I mentioned earlier. It is an undertaking that applies also in any case where a statutory undertaker is carrying out development for or in connection with the Phase One of High Speed 2 project in reliance on the planning permission enjoyed in consequence of the provision of the Bill of which the marginal note is the extension of planning permission for statutory undertakers. The Secretary of State undertakes to take such steps as he considers are reasonable and necessary to secure compliance with such of the Environmental Minimum Requirements as he considers relate to that development and are not directly enforceable against that undertaking.
General Assurance 01/09/2014 Noise Insulation Routewide Information Paper E23 - Control of construction noise and vibration Appendix B (v 1.2) paragraph 4 Initially eligibility for the scheme depends on the predicted noise level following the assessment that will be carried out for that purpose once detailed construction plans are in place. If those noise predictions indicate that a property is eligible, the offer of noise insulation or grant for noise insulation will be made and, if accepted and all necessary approvals obtained, the insulation will be installed before the works commence. However, the actual noise may turn out to be more or less than the prediction and therefore the noise levels will be monitored as work progresses. If it is found that noise levels are not as high as expected, the insulation package will not be removed. If it is found that the noise levels are higher than expected and meet the thresholds, you will be informed and the provisions will apply.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Service outages and notifications Routewide Information Paper D9- Maintenance of public utilities (v1.1), paragraph 5.3 (end) Significant planned service outages or road closures will be notified to residents in advance.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Extent of the EDI policy Routewide Information Paper G5: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy, v1.1, paragraph 7 The policy applies to all HS2 Ltd functions, employment related activities, and the planning, design, construction and operation of the railway. This includes: employment policies, procedures and practices; the corporate governance framework and business planning activities; processes for gathering and disseminating information; procurement policies and procedures and the contractual framework; and policies and standards which govern the operation and delivery of transport services. HS2 Ltd and any future nominated undertaker(s) would be expected to apply the policy consistently and continuously throughout each stage of the project, ensuring that the railway can be constructed and operated in accordance with the principles of the policy.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Temporary traffic management measures Routewide Information Paper E13 - Management of traffic during construction - (v1.1), paragraph 5.3 All temporary traffic management will be implemented and maintained in accordance with relevant guidance and codes, such as Chapter 8 of the 'Traffic Signs Manual', and with 'Safety at Street Works and Road Works' (both published by Department for Transport). Traffic management will have due regard for the needs of vulnerable road users.
General Assurance 20/03/2014 Objectives of the Office of Rail Regulator (ORR) Routewide Information Paper B6- Railway Powers in the Hybrid Bill, paragraph 3.1 to 3.3 The Office of the Rail Regulator (ORR) is the independent safety and economicregulator for Britain's railways. Its functions include setting Network Rail’s funding and outputs as the monopoly operator of the network, and enforcing delivery and ensuring fair access to that network. Its high-level objectives are set in section 4(1) of the Railways Act 1993. Although they could be interpreted as requiring the ORR to facilitate the construction of Phase One of HS2, the Government believes it would be helpful to include a specific objective to that effect. This will help to avoid confusion about the ORR's role in relation to Phase One and its role in relation to the wider rail network. The same approach was taken successfully by the Crossrail Act. Once the construction of Phase One is complete, the Secretary of State will lay an Order before Parliament that removes this specific item from the objectives of the ORR as HS2 will then be part of the operational railway network and fully encompassed by the existing legislation on the ORR's role.
General Assurance 01/09/2014 Noise Insulation Routewide Information Paper E23 - Control of construction noise and vibration Appendix B (v 1.2) paragraph 5 Some buildings and/or their occupants will be treated as special cases: Mobile homes and houseboats will be treated on a case by case basis. Given that noise insulation does not represent a viable option for mobile homes, where eligibility is confirmed, appropriate alternative mitigation measures will be adopted. The sorts of measures that will be considered include works management methods (e.g. adopting quiet times, rescheduling works, and imposing noise limits), or where this is not effective or appropriate, temporary re-housing will be offered.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Community liaison arrangements Routewide Information Paper D5- Inclusive Design Policy (v1.1), paragraph 6.2 Contractors that undertake utility diversions for the nominated undertaker will be required to establish and maintain community liaison arrangements with the owners and occupiers of property affected by their work. The contractors will be required to produce advance information sheets that will be circulated at least two weeks before the construction works are due to start, where it is reasonably possible to do so.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 EDI policy implementation Routewide Information Paper G5: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy, v1.1, paragraph 8.1 The EDI policy will be performance managed by a high level taskforce chaired by the Chief Executive. Implementation will be through HS2 Ltd’s Management System. Implementation by suppliers and third parties will be achieved through contracts and agreements developed by HS2 Ltd.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Communication with affected parties on closure of roads or public right of way Routewide Information Paper E13 - Management of traffic during construction - (v1.1), paragraph 6.1 The nominated undertaker will require contractors to communicate regularly with parties affected by the works. Local residents and businesses will be informed - appropriately and in advance of the dates and durations of any closures of roads or public right of way, and will be provided with details of diversion routes at least two weeks in advance or when final details are available.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Repairs Routewide Information Paper C3-Ground Settlement, (v1.2) paragraph 8.1 The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to reimburse property .owners for the reasonable cost they incur in remedying material physical damage arising from ground settlement caused by the authorised works, provided: the damage is caused by the nominated undertaker’s works; the owner gives not less than 28 days notice in writing to the nominated undertaker of the proposal to carry out the repair work; the owner takes reasonable steps to obtain three competitive quotes for the repairs beforehand where required by the nominated undertaker; and any claim is made before the end of the period of two years from the date of opening for public traffic of the railway comprised in the authorised works in the vicinity of the building, or if later, the end of the period of three months from the day on which any monitoring specific to the building ceased.
General Assurance 01/09/2014 Noise Insulation Routewide Information Paper E23 - Control of construction noise and vibration Appendix B (v 1.2) paragraph 5 Some buildings and/or their occupants will be treated as special cases: Night workers, those needing a particularly quiet home environment to work in, or those that have a medical condition which will be seriously aggravated by construction noise, will also be considered on a case by case basis. Whilst these discretionary arrangements only apply to residential properties, buildings which may be particularly sensitive to noise (including, commercial, educational and community) will be subject to individual consideration by the nominated undertaker on the application of anybody or person responsible for, or holding a legal interest or estate in, any such building.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Tunnel shaft design Routewide Information Paper D8 (v1.2) - Tunnels, shafts and portals, paragraph 4.1 The shafts will be designed to be: safe, efficient, and consistent with the requirements of whole-life operation and maintenance alongside initial buildability; sympathetic to their context, environment and social setting; and consistent with the requirements for the control of noise from stationarysystems, as set out in Appendix SV-001-000, Annex E of the Environmental Statement.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Review of EDI policy Routewide Information Paper G5: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy, v1.1, paragraph 9 The policy will be reviewed annually or more often in the event of a significant change in circumstances including new legislation or a specific request from stakeholders.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Traffic liaison meetings Routewide Information Paper E13 - Management of traffic during construction - (v1.1), paragraph 6.2 Once contractors have been appointed, regular traffic liaison meetings will be arranged with highway authorities, bus operators, taxi and trade representation (as appropriate), and the police - other emergency services will be included, as appropriate. These meetings will provide an opportunity for contractors to present proposals for future works affecting the highway, including methods of construction and proposed programme, and for a review of the associated traffic management requirements.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Settlement deed Routewide Information Paper C3-Ground Settlement, (v1.2) paragraph 10.1 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker concerned to enter into a settlement deed in substantially the form of the final version of those terms, in accordance with the procedures set out in the qualifying criteria, with eligible owners complying with those procedures.
General Assurance 01/09/2014 Noise Insulation Routewide Information Paper E23 - Control of construction noise and vibration Appendix B (v 1.2) paragraph 12 Once the nominated undertaker has conducted an initial survey and the details of the insulation for your house are agreed with you, the nominated undertaker will either offer to do the work at his expense, or offer grant aid for you to carry out the works.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Tunnel shaft design Routewide Information Paper D8 (v1.2) - Tunnels, shafts and portals, paragraph 4.2 The tunnel shafts have buildings on the surface, called headhouses, which will be openly visible and will be designed in accordance with the above principles (commitment 34 above).
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Burial grounds Routewide Information Paper E12: Burial grounds (v1.1) - paragraph 2.2 All human remains affected by HS2 Phase One works will be treated with all due dignity, respect and care. Any works that impact on human remains and associated monuments is an emotive and complex matter and HS2 Ltd and the Promoter recognise their duty to address the concerns of individuals and communities.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Traffic management proposals Routewide Information Paper E13 - Management of traffic during construction - (v1.1), paragraph 6.3 Some traffic management proposals may require Traffic Regulation Orders under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1988 to cover measures such as the introduction of one-way streets, banned turns, temporary speed limits and the suspension of parking places. These will be discussed at the liaison meetings. Applications for these orders will be made to the relevant traffic authority and advertised locally in the normal way.
General Assurance 07/03/2014 Continuing communication with property owners and occupiers Routewide Information Paper C1-Information for Property Owners, paragraph 3.2 Once the Bill receives Royal Assent, the Secretary of State will undertake a continuing communications exercise with the owners and occupiers of property which is expected to be subject to compulsory acquisition for the Proposed Scheme.
General Assurance 01/09/2014 Procedure for Noise Insulation & Temporary Re-housing Routewide Information Paper E23 - Control of construction noise and vibration Appendix B (v 1.2) paragraph 18 The procedure comprises of the following steps. The nominated undertaker will carry out an assessment in every area likely to be affected by HS2 construction noise, so as to predict what the noise levels will be. The nominated undertaker will then notify owners or occupiers of buildings which, on the basis of the assessment, the nominated undertaker considers qualify, and accordingly which type of assistance (noise insulation or temporary re-housing) they are eligible for. The nominated undertaker will also send an application form at this stage. If you receive such a notice and application form, you should complete and return the form to the nominated undertaker. The nominated undertaker will then assess your application and if acceptable notify you in writing. The nominated undertaker will then arrange to visit you in order to discuss the application with you generally; view your home and in the case of noise insulation take any necessary measurements; and identify any special issues or requirements (such as any other approvals that may be required in the case of noise insulation). The nominated undertaker will then assess your case in detail and, if it is accepted, notify you of: any further survey likely to be needed at your house, and (in insulation cases) the work the nominated undertaker thinks should be done and his offer to do it; or (in re-housing cases) either his proposals to re-house you temporarily or the information and guidance you need to make your own rehousing arrangements. In either case the proposals will be discussed with you and you will not be under any obligation to accept the offer. Assuming you agree, the noise insulation package or temporary re-housing plan (as the case may be) is then put into effect. The nominated undertaker reimburses you for any agreed costs, which you have incurred or (in grant cases) pays the balance of the grant. Alternatively, the nominated undertaker pays for noise insulation or removal/re-housing costs where he has done the work. A noise insulation package will not be offered if the noise trigger level is only exceeded whilst you are in temporary alternative accommodation.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Tunnel shaft design Routewide Information Paper D8 (v1.2) - Tunnels, shafts and portals, paragraph 4.3 The final designs of the tunnel headhouse buildings will be approved by local authorities in accordance with the planning regime established in the Bill.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Local liaison during construction Routewide Information Paper E13 - Management of traffic during construction - (v1.1), paragraph 6.5 Liaison will continue on a more local basis during construction to discuss specific day-to-day issues around construction traffic management as they arise. This is likely to involve the nominated undertaker, the HS2 contractor(s), relevant highway authorities, the emergency services, and bus operators (and also taxi representatives as necessary).
General Assurance 07/03/2014 Continuing communication with property owners and occupiers Routewide Information Paper C1-Information for Property Owners, paragraph 3.3 As a minimum, this communications exercise will include a letter sent to property owners and occupiers, at a stage when the Proposed Scheme has reached an appropriate level of detailed design, giving them: an indication of whether the property which they own or occupy is likely to be required, and if part only of the property is likely to be required, which part; and the best estimate available of the date on which such property is likely to be required.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Private Accommodation access with shared use Routewide Information Paper E24: Private Means of Access (v1.1) paragraph 5.1 Where two accommodation accesses of a different standard (in terms of width, surfacing and boundary treatment) are combined, the higher standard will be adopted.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Railway Design Routewide Information Paper G6: Design Development - (v1.1) paragraph 4.2 With regard to other key design elements such as viaducts, bridges and retaining walls, the Planning Forum will consider common designs for certain structures. Discussions between the nominated undertaker and the relevant planning authority will determine the appropriateness of the common designs to the local environment
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Landscape maintenance Routewide Information Paper E16 -Maintenance of Landscaped Areas (v1.1), paragraph 2.8 For the smaller percentage of land that is required to remain under railway ownership, the nominated undertaker will appoint a managing company (or companies) to ensure the adequate maintenance of landscapes - primarily, this will involve screen planting and grassland on railway earthworks within the security fence lines.
General Assurance 07/03/2014 Helpdesk Routewide Information Paper C1-Information for Property Owners, paragraph 3.5 HS2 Ltd (and, in due course, the nominated undertaker) will maintain a helpdesk which will enable all property owners and occupiers to contact HS2 Ltd and its property advisers.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Private Accommodation access with shared use Routewide Information Paper E24: Private Means of Access (v1.1) paragraph 5.2 Shared-use accommodation accesses will be provided with suitable gating arrangements to protect the interests of each party. These can include separate or shared gates, and any locking arrangements will be agreed as appropriate to the circumstances at each location.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Planning Discussions Routewide Information Paper G6: Design Development - (v1.1) paragraph 4.3 The Planning Memorandum, currently in draft, provides the commitment that the nominated undertaker will engage in pre-submission discussions with planning authorities, whenever reasonably practicable.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Restoration of sustainable placement areas Routewide Information Paper E16 - Maintenance of Landscaped Areas (v1.1), paragraph 2.11 Sustainable Placement areas will be suitably restored in line with land use described in Section 5 and 6 of this paper. As part of the project's principles for the development of a 'green corridor' (see information paper E11 - Green infrastructure and the green corridor) the areas will be either returned to their former use or re-designed to provide future multi-functional uses. An agreement will be reached for future upkeep and ownership with previous land owners or other interested parties. Where agreement cannot be reached, the land will be retained and maintained by the nominated undertaker until agreement is put in place. This could mean that such land would remain under the ownership of the railway.
General Assurance 07/03/2014 Assistance to business Routewide Information Paper C1-Information for Property Owners, paragraphs 5.3 and 5.5 To assist existing businesses which do need to move due to the Proposed Scheme, assistance will be provided to find suitable alternative premises, the Secretary of State will establish an agency service at his expense (or that of his nominated undertaker). The agency service will help firms identify their property needs and advise them on what suitable property might then be available. Close contacts will be established with property agents, landowners, developers and local authorities to ensure that reliable and effective information is provided. The agency scheme is expected to be established to commence work at least one year before construction of the main works begin.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Private Accommodation access with shared use Routewide Information Paper E24: Private Means of Access (v1.1) paragraph 5.3 In the case of accommodation bridges that are shared with public rights of way, extra width will be provided on one side to help keep vehicles and pedestrians separate.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Design Panel Routewide Information Paper G6: Design Development - (v1.1) paragraph 5.1 The Secretary of State, through the commitment to develop an independent Design Panel, will ensure that designs of major stations and structures and other related design aspects of the new railway will complement local aspirations and contribute to the natural and built environment. HS2 Ltd is seeking to appoint a Chair of the Design Panel. Once appointed, a pool of expertise will be sought to independently assist the design challenge. The Design Panel will assist HS2 Ltd through advice, and HS2 Ltd will work in partnership with a range of organisations, including planning authorities. The aim will be to deliver a high standard of design that is also cost-effective and sustainable.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Operation of the railway Routewide Information Paper E16 - Maintenance of Landscaped Areas (v1.1), paragraph 4.1 and 4.2 HS2 is designed to operate a full train service during normal running hours. This means most maintenance activities will be carried out overnight. The design of the landscape within the rail corridor (i.e. within the HS2 security fence - zones A and B in Figure 1.1: (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374893/Maintenance_of_Landscaped_Areas.pdf) has been developed to reduce maintenance requirements. Zone A will be kept free of vegetation at all times in order meet the railways operational requirements. There will be no tree planting within Zone B, unless this is deemed to be an important environmental requirement. The reasoning for this is explained in the paragraph below: Tree planting will be designed to minimise risks to the operation of the railway that may arise from falling leaves, root damage and high winds breaking branches or felling trees in the vicinity. In practice, this means a 'zone of influence' will be established along HS2, within which the height of vegetation will be limited. This zone - represented by Zone C in Figure 1.1 - may extend beyond the HS2 security fence, depending whether the railway is on embankment, at grade or in cutting. Instead, grassed areas with low-nutrient soils will encourage slow-growing grassland species, reducing maintenance while promoting biodiversity.
General Assurance 07/03/2014 Relocation period Routewide Information Paper C1-Information for Property Owners, paragraph 5.6 (also referenced in Information Paper C7 - Business Relocation -paragraph 5.2) The Secretary of State recognises the importance for existing businesses being able to plan their relocations with as much advance information as is reasonably practicable, to ensure a smooth transition of their operations from one location to another. Therefore, once the Bill has received Royal Assent, the Secretary of State or his nominated undertaker will make arrangements to provide businesses with a longer period in which to relocate than the three months specified in the Bill, where this is practicable. In such cases, the Secretary of State’s overall aim will be to provide as long a period as is practicable, commensurate with the co-ordinated progress of the works.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Farm Accommodation Bridges Routewide Information Paper E24: Private Means of Access (v1.1) paragraph 6.1 Accommodation underbridges carrying internal farm routes beneath the new railway will be sized in accordance with the expected usage requirements and these will vary from one location to another
General Assurance 29/07/2014 Vehicular access to residential and commercial premises Routewide Information Paper D11 - Maintaining access to residential and commercial property during construction (v1.1), paragraph 6.1 Where reasonably practical, vehicular access will be maintained to residential and commercial premises.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Ponds and wetland habitats Routewide Information Paper E16 - Maintenance of Landscaped Areas (v1.1), paragraph 6.14 As with other landscape types, the location of these features will determine who is responsible for maintaining them in the long term. In all instances, the planting contractor will have responsibility for maintaining these features during the establishment period while habitats develop (typically two years for wetland features). Where ponds are created to compensate for loss of ponds that support great crested newts, the maintenance period will be agreed with Natural England.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Temporary use of land Routewide Information Paper C2 - Rural Landowners and Occupiers Guide (v1.2) paragraph 3.2 Where land is only temporarily required for example during the construction period, the nominated undertaker will discuss with the owner the temporary use of that land.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Railway works Routewide Information Paper F3: Rail Freight Operations (v1.1) paragraph 3.2 Where the nominated undertaker is undertaking works on or near the existing railway, the works will be either undertaken by Network Rail (NR) on the nominated undertaker’s behalf, or will be managed in accordance with standard railway “asset protection” processes such that NR (and its customers) are appropriately protected and that works are undertaken in a way which minimises adverse impacts so far as is reasonably practicable. It is anticipated that NR’s existing obligations, including their licence obligations, will influence the way such works are undertaken.
General Assurance 29/07/2014 Access for people with restricted mobility Routewide Information Paper D11 -Maintaining access to residential and commercial property during construction (v1.1), paragraph 6.2 The nominated undertaker will ensure that people with restricted mobility continue to have access to services and buildings where such access and services are temporarily disrupted during the HS2 Phase One construction works.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Airborne Noise Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1), paragraph 3.1 The nominated undertaker will take all reasonable steps to design, construct, operate and maintain the operational railway so that airborne noise does not exceed the lowest observed adverse effect levels set out in Table 2 of Appendix B . Table 2 - [please consult Information Paper E20 to view this table: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf]
General Assurance 21/10/2014 Acquisition of smaller areas of land within limits Routewide Information Paper C4 - Land Acquisition Policy (v1.2) paragraph 2.4 If it is practicable to acquire a smaller area of land without compromising the Secretary of State’s ability to secure the construction and implementation of the project in a timely and economic manner and it becomes clear that not all the land within limits is required, the Secretary of State will not generally seek to acquire this land and will be prepared to give necessary assurances to the landowners in question.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Railway Possessions Routewide Information Paper F3: Rail Freight Operations (v1.1) paragraph 3.3 Where railway possessions are required in order to deliver the HS2 Phase One works, such possessions will be booked by or through NR in accordance with standard industry processes. NR’s processes provide for appropriate consultation with the wider railway industry, including rail freight operators, to ensure that appropriate information is provided, that the possessions are secured in a strategic manner considering the wider railway, and that appropriate mitigation measures are put in place. Where compensation is due, it is anticipated that such appropriate compensation will be provided through NR in accordance with standard industry processes.
General Assurance 29/07/2014 Alternative routes for wheelchairs uses and ambulant disabled persons Routewide Information Paper D11 -Maintaining access to residential and commercial property during construction (v1.1), paragraph 6.3 Where the normal means of access must be diverted or blocked off, alternative safe routes for wheelchair users and ambulant disabled persons will be identified, taking into account existing hazards and obstructions such as pavement kerbs and lamp-posts.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Airborne noise & road alteration Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1)paragraph 3.2 The nominated undertaker will take all reasonable steps to design and construct altered roads so that airborne noise does not exceed the lowest observed adverse effect levels set out in Table 2 of Appendix B [please consult Information Paper E20 to view this table: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf]
General Assurance 21/10/2014 Compulsory powers and compensation code Routewide Information Paper C4 - Land Acquisition Policy (v1.2) paragraph 2.5 Landowners affected by the exercise of these compulsory powers of acquisition will be compensated according to the compensation code. The compensation code is a collective term for the principles deriving from Acts of Parliament and case law, relating to compensation for compulsory acquisition and its general purpose is to provide fair compensation for a person whose land has been compulsorily taken. Further details about the compensation code are contained in Information Paper C8: Compensation Code for Compulsory Purchase.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Resident's Charter Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 2.6 A residents’ charter will also be developed by HS2 Ltd (see Appendix A: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/375064/Community_relations.pdf
General Assurance 29/07/2014 Further provisions Routewide Information Paper D11 -Maintaining access to residential and commercial property during construction (v1.1), paragraph 6.4 Where particular difficulties are identified, arrangements will be made on a case-by-case basis.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Airborne noise & road alteration Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1) paragraph 3.3 Where it is not reasonably practicable to achieve these objectives, the nominated undertaker will reduce airborne noise from the altered roads and the operational railway as far as is reasonably practicable.
General Assurance 21/10/2014 Compensation - un-blighted market value Routewide Information Paper C4 - Land Acquisition Policy (v1.2) paragraph 2.6 Where applicable, the compensation will be the un-blighted market value of theland acquired (assuming it is sold by a willing seller) plus statutory loss payments, disturbance (including stamp duty in relation to replacement property), diminution in value of any retained land and other losses arising as a direct and reasonable consequence of the acquisition.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Community Relations Strategy Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations(v1.1) paragraph 3.1 The nominated undertaker will develop a community relations strategy, which will include the following responsibilities: monitoring and managing contractor and sub-contractor compliance with undertakings2 and performance of commitments, local agreements and specific community requirements throughout the project; and ensuring that local residents, occupiers, businesses, local authorities and parish councils are informed in advance of works taking place locally.
General Assurance 29/07/2014 Estimated requirement for weekend possessions Routewide Information Paper D12-Track possessions for HS2 Phase One engineering work (v1.1), paragraph 3.3 Where possible, disruption to train services will be minimised by planning the possessions to coincide with times when the railway lines are closed in any event for other maintenance or renewal work. Opportunities to do this will vary depending on how much other work is planned. At Handsacre, for instance, scope is likely to be limited as this part of the West Coast Main Line is normally closed for renewal work only on bank holidays. On lines where major works are planned, the scope will be greater, but HS2 Phase One will need to recognise the cumulative effect on passengers and operators of disruption.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Airborne Noise & Health Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1) paragraph 3.4 Noise insulation will be offered with the aim that airborne noise from altered roads and the operational railway does not give rise to significant adverse effects on health and quality of life that would otherwise be expected when airborne noise exceeds the significant observed adverse effect levels set out in Table 2 of Appendix B. [please consult Information Paper E20 to view this table: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf]
General Assurance 21/10/2014 Worksites and other temporary land requirements Routewide Information Paper C4 - Land Acquisition Policy (v1.2) paragraph 4.2 and 4.3 Worksites and other temporary land requirements are often formed from a number of different land parcels in different ownership and fall into two categories: where the nature of the site or part of the site will not materially change and no new railway works will be constructed on the site. Often these sites can be returned to their original use. In these cases, if the landowner wishes, and it is economic for the Secretary of State to do so, he will normally be willing to agree to take the land temporarily rather than acquiring the freehold interest. When considering whether it is economic to do so, the Secretary of State may require the compensation for the temporary occupation of land to be agreed prior to exercising powers of acquisition under the Bill as enacted; and where the nature of the site will materially change (e.g. through demolition of existing buildings or construction of railway works on the site) the freehold interest will be acquired. In considering the question of “material change” the Secretary of State will apply the approach set out in the Crichel Down Rules (see Part 2 of the Memorandum to ODPM Circular 06/20042).
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Contractor Information Sheets Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 3.2 The contractors will be required to produce advance information sheets that: describe the works to be carried out; explain the expected disruption; and explain the measures being taken to minimise or mitigate the adverse impact of the works.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Ensuring outcomes - ecological management plans Routewide Information Paper E2-Ecological Impact (v1.2), paragraph 5.4 The nominated undertaker will ensure that on sites where they are required, ecological management plans are prepared. For more information on these plans please refer to the Environmental Memorandum. The plans will include a programme for any outstanding surveys, measures to be adopted in the event of the discovery of protected species and measures for the relocation of certain species.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Airborne Noise & Health Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1) paragraph 3.5 Where possible, the nominated undertaker will also contribute to the improvement of health and quality of life through the effective control of airborne noise.
General Assurance 23/08/2014 Land no longer required after the HS2 works - Crichel Down Rules Routewide Information Paper C6 - Disposal of Surplus Land (v1.1) paragraph 3.1 Where any land has been acquired compulsorily for the construction of the Proposed Scheme and is no longer required for the satisfactory completion of the works, or not required in connection with the operation of HS2, it will be sold subject to the Crichel Down Rules.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Contractor Information Sheets Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 3.3 Where it is reasonably possible to do so: these information sheets will be circulated at least two weeks before the construction works start; a liaison plan will be issued to local authorities listing the communications mechanisms and materials to be offered to local communities. A liaison plan will outline who the project will speak to, when and why and will be created to work in conjunction with the Local Environmental Management Plan (LEMP); and in the case of emergency works, the local authority and residents will be advised as soon as reasonably practicable. Potentially affected residents will also be notified of a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week public helpline number.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Compliance with nature conservation policy Routewide Information Paper E2-Ecological Impact (v1.2), paragraph 5.5 In addition, the nominated undertaker will ensure compliance, where appropriate, with other relevant nature conservation policy.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Noise sensitive non-residential/outdoor living spaces Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1) parapgraph 3.6 To deliver the Policy aims, reasonable steps will be taken to control airborne noise to the levels set out in Table 3 of Appendix B for noise sensitive non-residential buildings and outdoor living spaces as well as shared open areas. [please consult Information Paper E20 to view this table: :https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf]
General Assurance 23/10/2014 Market value Routewide Information Paper C6 - Disposal of Surplus Land (v1.2) paragraph 4.1 Where the Secretary of State intends to dispose of an interest in a site to which the Crichel Down Rules apply, holders of Qualifying Interests will, subject to the provisions of this Policy, be given first opportunity to acquire that interest at the market value before it is offered to the general market.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Principles of Community Engagement Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 4.1 The nominated undertaker will be required to follow the general principles of community engagement set out below: respond quickly to emergencies, complaints or other communications, whether these are through the helpdesk or by any other recognised means. Where practical and reasonably possible, the nominated undertaker will respond to complaints with an update within 24 hours; liaise closely with the emergency services, local authority officers and other agencies (through established contacts) who may be involved in incidents or emergency situations; liaise with appropriate local community projects, employment and educational initiatives (see Information Paper G4: Local Training and Employment); ensure that there is a comprehensive emergency crisis plan for each section of the work and contractual recognition that the nominated undertake will coordinate with the relevant emergency services. Preparation should include desktop rehearsals. This will ensure that, in the case of an emergency, the community can be kept fully informed; it will also ensure that adequate arrangements are in place to evacuate an affected area if necessary, on the advice of the emergency services; provide a point of contact for a small claims procedure, relating to claims of physical damage to property. The nominated undertaker will help to ensure that claims are progressed promptly by liaising with an administrator that it has appointed (see Information Paper C10: Small Claims Scheme); advertise community relations information and contact details (including the HS2 website) on site signboards at prominent site egress and access points; and maintain and advertise a telephone helpline. This will be staffed 24 hours a day to handle public enquiries about construction activities. It will also act as a first point of contact and information in the event of an emergency. All calls (and the responses given) will be logged; action will be taken to address the caller's concerns and a response will be provided promptly. The helpline will be widely advertised and displayed on site signboards. It will also be possible to contact the helpline service via HS2 Ltd.'s website. Statistical information on complaints will be sent to local authorities and the Planning Forum on a regular basis.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Sustainable placement - Design approach and mitigation Routewide Information Paper E3-Excavated Material and Waste management (v1.2), paragraph 4.4 Where the transportation of excavated material would result in significant environmental effects, sustainable placement will be used. Sustainable placement is the local on-site placement of excavated material to avoid causing environmental effects associated with the transportation of that material. Local sites for sustainable placement have been selected on the basis of their suitability for the disposal of excavated material.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Measures to control airborne noise from altered roads and the operational railway Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise from altered roads and the operational railway (v1.1), paragraph 4.2 The following measures to control airborne noise from altered roads and the operational railway will be considered by the nominated undertaker: reduce noise generation at source; reduce noise propagation through the design, specification, construction and maintenance of noise fence barriers and/or landscape earthworks; and reduce the amount of noise entering eligible properties through the offer of noise insulation .
General Assurance 23/10/2014 Disposal of surplus land Routewide Information Paper C6 - Disposal of Surplus Land (v1.2) paragraph 4.2 The Secretary of State will determine the nature of the interest to be offered and the terms of any transfer. In so doing he will have regard to the following principles: the proper completion and operation in the public interest of the works as authorised by the Bill; the paramount requirement to protect the future safe and efficient operation of the railway; the need to fulfil any undertaking given by the Secretary of State in respect of the Bill or comply with any legal obligations to which he is subject; the need to secure in the public interest the carrying out of development or redevelopment associated with the works, in accordance with the planning, environmental and heritage considerations applicable to the sites affected; and the need for the land disposal to achieve the best value reasonably obtainable
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Boring Tunnel Website Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 5.1 The nominated undertaker will need to track the boring of tunnels and other related activities. It will be required to: create a website showing the planned and actual passage of the tunnel boring machines;
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Transportation of excavated materials Routewide Information Paper E3-Excavated Material and Waste management (v1.2), paragraph 5.1 For distances where it is reasonably practicable excavated material will be moved along the construction corridor of the Proposed Scheme. For longer distances or when it is not reasonably practicable to use the construction corridor, excavated material will be transported by public highway along designated construction routes. Where reasonably practicable, rail has been considered for the transportation of large quantities of excavated material over long distances.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Measures to control airborne noise from altered roads and the operational railway Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1), paragraph 4.3 To ensure that the these measures to control airborne noise are reasonable, the nominated undertaker will take account of: social responsibility (including social equity, stakeholder interests, etc.); the benefit of the measures (including the existence or absence of other forms of environmental noise at the receptor, etc.); the cost of the measures (including the whole-life cost of the measures, etc.); engineering practicability (including safety, maintenance requirements, technical feasibility, etc.); and other environmental effects caused by the mitigation measures (including landscape, visual, climate change, etc.).
General Assurance 23/10/2014 Qualifying Interest holders - policy terms Routewide Information Paper C6 - Disposal of Surplus Land (v1.2) paragraph 5.1 The holders of the following "Qualifying Interests" may qualify for the offer back of an interest under the terms of this policy: (a) former freeholders of the whole or part of a site; or (b) where the freeholder does not wish to buy back the site, the former leaseholder who had a lease of the property which had an unexpired term of more than 21 years at the time the property is being disposed of, may (at the discretion of the Secretary of State) be offered the freehold interest; (c) the successors of anyone who would have fallen into either of the above categories where, had the property not been acquired, the land interest would clearly have devolved upon those successors under a former owner's will; or (d) where there was fragmented ownership of their site at the date the property was acquired or occupied for railways works under the provisions of the HS2 Bill as enacted, (e) a consortium of former owners who have indicated a wish to purchase the land collectively; and, (f) in certain circumstances where a dwelling has a sitting tenant at the time of the proposed disposal, the freehold will first be offered to the sitting tenant. If the tenant declines to purchase the freehold it will then be offered to the former owner although this may be subject to the tenants continued occupation. It should be noted however that this does not apply to agricultural units and only applies to certain types of tenancy agreement
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Boring Tunnel Leaflets Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 5.1 The nominated undertaker will need to track the boring of tunnels and other related activities. It will be required to: distribute leaflets along the route of the tunnel drives, giving notice of the planned passage of the machines;
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Ground water Routewide Information Paper E4- Water resources and flood risk, (v1.2), paragraph 4.1 Impacts of the Proposed Scheme on groundwater flows, levels and quality, have been analysed. Where the assessment predicts that a likely significant adverse effect may occur, a strategy to manage the risk will be agreed with the Environment Agency. Potential significant adverse effects on groundwater, due to construction, (such as excavations to form cuttings or tunnels, including green tunnels), will be mitigated locally wherever reasonably practicable. The tunnels will be designed so that the ingress of groundwater is not significant. The assessment has demonstrated that the passage of groundwater past the tunnels is not significantly reduced. The drainage within the Proposed Scheme will be designed, where reasonably practicable, to encourage the recharge of groundwater bodies.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Night-time noise levels Routewide Information Paper E20 - Control of airborne noise (v1.1) paragraph 5.2 In addition, where noise from the use of new or additional railways authorised by the Bill is measured or predicted outside a permanent dwelling to exceed the night-time noise levels in Table 1, the nominated undertaker will offer noise insulation. [Please consult Information Paper E20 to view this table: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf]
General Assurance 23/10/2014 Disapplication of surplus land policy Routewide Information Paper C6 - Disposal of Surplus Land (v1.2) paragraph 6.1 In the following circumstances, the Secretary of State may decide that the 6.1.property should not be offered back under the Crichel Down Rules: where the works have materially changed the character of the land since the acquisition, examples of which may include: where a building with land was originally compulsorily acquired for HS2 and the building was demolished so some, but not all, of the land could be incorporated within the proposed railway, and some land becomes surplus; and where property has been compulsorily acquired under material detriment i.e. where only part of the land acquired is required but the effect of the scheme is so material to the rest of the property that the owner requires the promoter to acquire all of the property. to sites that, in the opinion of the Secretary of State, are of such a nature or so small or isolated that their sale would not be commercially worthwhile; where agricultural land that has been severed is no longer capable of being farmed economically; where it makes sense to pool the land with adjoining ownerships in a joint disposal; where it is decided by the Secretary of State that all or part of the surplus land forming a site is needed for railway purposes or associated redevelopment, regeneration, or the relocation of a business affected by HS2, or it is required by a Railway Authority, Infrastructure Company, Operator or otherwise; where former owners are not prepared to commit to provisions that protect the future safety and operation of HS2 or any railway with which HS2 interconnects both during construction and thereafter; where the site is needed, in the opinion of the Secretary of State, for railway purposes or associated redevelopment, regeneration or the relocation of a business affected by HS2; where the site is required for environmental mitigation, and where the former landowner is unwilling or unable to accommodate those requirements for re-creation of community facilities or wildlife habitats; where planning consent has not been obtained by the Secretary of State at the time of disposal and the value of surplus land is so uncertain that clawback provisions would be insufficient to safeguard the public purse, and where competitive sale is advised by the Department for Transport`s professionally qualified valuer and specifically agreed by the Secretary of State; where holders of Qualifying Interests are not prepared to comply with the details of any undertakings given by the Secretary of State or nominated undertaker to planning authorities; where former owners are not prepared to pay the market value of the site or are not prepared to offer terms that the Secretary of State considers to represent best value having regard to all the circumstances; and where the Secretary of State considers that in the public interest the land should be transferred to another Public Body with compulsory purchase powers.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Pre-construction Surveys - tunnels Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 5.1 The nominated undertaker will need to track the boring of tunnels and other related activities. It will be required to: co-ordinate pre-construction surveys in properties - these will be carried out in properties that have been identified as potentially being affected by tunnelling operations and other identified works. The nominated undertaker will liaise with an independent building surveyor employed to carry out the surveys, and will maintain a dialogue with property owners for the duration of the works.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Flood risk Routewide Information Paper E4-Water resources and flood risk, (v1.2), paragraph 5.1 Where the railway and associated works has the potential to increase flood risk, the design reflects the approach required by the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and the supporting Technical Guidance (such as the incorporation of flood risk mitigation measures). The design aim is for no increase in the risk of flooding for vulnerable receptors including residential property (defined as more/highly vulnerable and essential infrastructure in Table 2 of the NPPF) during the lifetime of the development, taking projected climate change impacts into account. If required, the design will mitigate loss of floodplain by creating replacement storage areas for the 1 in 100 year (1%) annual rainfall probability event, with an allowance for climate change.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Design of the temporary and permanent railways Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 3.1 The nominated undertaker will design the temporary and permanent railways such that the level of ground-borne noise and vibration predicted in all reasonably foreseeable circumstances does not exceed the significant observed adverse effect levels given in Table 2 in Appendix B [please consult Information Paper E21 to view the table - https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf ]
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Construction, design, operation and maintenance of the temporary and permanent railway - design objectives Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 3.2 The nominated undertaker will take all reasonably practicable steps to construct, operate and maintain the temporary and permanent railways so that the design objective stated in paragraph 3.1 (commitment 82 above) is fulfilled.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Practical assistance with relocation Routewide Information Paper C7 - Business Relocation (v1.1) , paragraph 4.1 Experience suggests that in the great majority of cases businesses will be able to use their compensation payments and the open property market to relocate their operations. To assist in this process the nominated undertaker will establish at their own cost an agency service to assist those businesses that will have land taken for the construction and operation of Phase One of HS2.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Community Liaison Groups Routewide Information Paper G2 Community Relations (v1.1) paragraph 6.1 In general, any site or area-specific community liaison groups or forums will be established nearer the start of construction. Establishment of local forums will be initiated at the request of local communities. The forums will address construction related issues and concerns.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Engagement Routewide Information Paper E4- Water resources and flood risk (v1.2), paragraph 8.1 Engagement has been, and will continue to be, undertaken with the Environment Agency, Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFAs), Internal Drainage Boards, the Canal and River Trust and water companies, to ensure that likely residual significant adverse effects are managed and mitigated appropriately.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Ground-borne noise and vibration Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 3.3 In addition, the nominated undertaker will take all reasonable steps to design, construct, operate and maintain the temporary and permanent railways such that, in all reasonably foreseeable circumstances, ground-borne noise and vibration does not exceed the lowest observed adverse effect levels given in Table 1 in Appendix B [please consult Information Paper E21 to view the table - https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf ]
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Financial assistance with relocation Routewide Information Paper C7 - Business Relocation (v1.1) paragraph 6.1 As a discretionary measure, not required by the Compensation Code, financial support may be offered in advance of taking possession to enable a business’ relocation by: (a) payment of up to 90% of the nominated undertaker’s estimate of the compensation, to support cash flow; (b) payment of reasonable interim professional fees, to support cash flow; and (c) early acquisition and leaseback of a business’ existing site to allow a new property to be acquired and developed while the business continues to operate at its current premises.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Complaints Commissioner - status of appointment Routewide Information Paper G3 - Complaints Commissioner (v1.1), paragraph 4.1 (Also referenced in Information Paper C2: Rural Landowners and Occupiers' Guide (v1.2) paragraph 8.13) The Complaints Commissioner will be appointed and monitored by an independent body.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Roads Routewide Information Paper E5- Roads and Public Rights of Way (v1.2), paragraph 4.2 In some places, road diversions or realignments may be required to connect with 4.2.a new crossing over or under the railway. Where reasonably practicable these will adopt the shortest route consistent with design and safety requirements. As well as aiming to minimise the impacts on vehicular traffic, the needs of non-motorised users (i.e. pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians) have also been considered when developing new road layouts.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Reduction of ground-borne noise and vibration from the temporary and permanent railway Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 3.4 The nominated undertaker will reduce ground-borne noise and vibration from the temporary and permanent railways as far as is reasonably practicable.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Independent expert - compulsory purchase powers to acquire land for the relocation of businesses Routewide Information Paper C7 - Business Relocation (v1.1) paragraph 7.9 The proposal to use the power (the compulsory purchase powers to acquire land for the relocation of businesses) and the supporting business case will be considered by an independent expert commissioned by the nominated undertaker who will report to the Secretary of State making a recommendation.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Complaints Commissioner Routewide Information Paper G3 Complaints Commissioner (v 1.01) paragraph 2.2 The Secretary of State will ensure that a Complaints Commissioner is appointed by the time construction begins. If people have a complaint during construction that cannot be resolved through the nominated undertaker’s complaints process, they will have the option of referring their complaint to the Complaints Commissioner.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Temporary or permanent realignment or diversion of a public right of way Routewide Information Paper E5- Roads and Public Rights of Way (v1.2), paragraph 5.2 Where a temporary or permanent realignment or diversion of a public right of way is unavoidable, the shortest practicable route has normally been adopted. In a few cases, users will be redirected using a reasonably convenient alternative route to a nearby public right of way – or road, if suitable for non-motorised users – prior to closure, with appropriate signing. Temporary arrangements required during construction will remain in place until the public right of way is either re-established or a permanent diversion or realignment is constructed. Public rights of way will also be re-established where ‘cut and cover’ tunnelling techniques are used.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Temporary and permanent railways design- ground-borne noise and vibration level Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 3.6 The nominated undertaker will design the temporary and permanent railways such that the level of ground-borne noise and vibration predicted in all reasonably foreseeable circumstances does not exceed the impact levels given in Tables 2 and 3 in Appendix B. [Please consult Information Paper E21 to view the table - https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374901/Control_of_airborne_noise.pdf ]. The nominated undertaker will take all reasonably practicable steps to construct, operate and maintain the temporary and permanent railways so that this design objective is fulfilled.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Recommendation for exercise of powers - compulsory purchase powers to acquire land for the relocation of businesses Routewide Information Paper C7 - Business Relocation (v1.1) paragraph 7.10 The Secretary of State will take the report into account in deciding whether, subject to the procedures mentioned below (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374829/Business_Relocation.pdf), the power (the compulsory purchase powers to acquire land for the relocation of businesses) should be exercised.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Complaints Commissioner Routewide Information Paper G3 - Complaints Commissioner (v 1.01) paragraph 3.3 The precise terms of reference for the Complaints Commissioner will be 3.3.established by an independent body, which will consist of representatives from local authorities, Network Rail and other organisations appointed by the Secretary of State and HS2 Ltd.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Public rights of way - temporary closures Routewide Information Paper E5- Roads and Public Rights of Way (v1.2), paragraph 5.3 Where several nearby public rights of way are affected during construction, any temporary closures will be phased, where reasonably practicable, to help maintain public access.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Control of ground-borne noise and vibration - permanent track system Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 4.2 To control ground-borne noise and vibration from the permanent railway, the nominated undertaker will be required to do the following in relation to the permanent track system: at design stage, predict, through the use of appropriate modelling, the engineering requirements of the track system that will fulfil the objectives; design a standard track form with the objective of meeting as many of those engineering requirements identified in the previous bullet as can reasonably be achieved by such a standard track system; design an enhanced track form for locations where it is predicted that the standard track system will not meet the engineering requirements or to discharge other project commitments and undertakings; translate the engineering requirements into contract specifications for the permanent track system; and procure, install and maintain the permanent track systems to meet the contract specifications established above.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Small Claims Scheme Routewide Information Paper C10 Small Claims Scheme - (v1.1)- paragraph 2.1 The Secretary of State or his nominated undertaker will establish a small claims scheme, modelled on those operated for the construction of the Crossrail and the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, to provide a positive and clear mechanism to the public for settling minor construction related residential, business or agricultural claims, using a speedy process and without the need for a formal Tribunal hearing.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Equality of Employment & Sustainability Routewide Information Paper G4 - Approach to Training and Employment (v1.2), paragraph 2.2 Additionally, HS2 Ltd or the nominated undertaker will offer appropriate training to local, disadvantaged and under-represented groups in order to promote fair and equal access to the employment opportunities generated by HS2.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Public rights of way - engagement Routewide Information Paper E5- Roads and Public Rights of Way (v1.2), paragraph 5.4 As part of the detailed design process, we will work with highway authorities, Local Access Forums, user groups (e.g. the Ramblers) and communities to identify the best way of maintaining public rights of way during construction. Design will also continue to be informed by guidance produced by organisations such as the British Horse Society.
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Control of ground-borne noise and vibration Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 4.3 To ensure that the measures to control ground-borne noise and vibration are reasonable, the nominated undertaker will take account of: social responsibility (including social equity, stakeholder interests, etc.); the benefit of the measures (including the existence or absence of other forms of environmental noise at the receptor, etc.); the cost of the measures (including the whole-life cost of the measures, etc.); engineering practicability (including safety, maintenance requirements, technical feasibility, etc.); and other environmental effects caused by the mitigation measures (including landscape, climate change, etc.).
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Small Claims Scheme Administrator Routewide Information Paper C10 Small Claims Scheme - (v1.1) - paragraph 2.3 The nominated undertaker will be required by the Secretary of State to appoint an administrator to deal with small claims upon start of construction.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Equality of Employment & Sustainability Routewide Information Paper G4 Approach to Training and Employment (v1.2) paragraph 2.5 The nominated undertaker shall, insofar as it is lawful to do so, ensure equality of opportunity in order to encourage the recruitment of local, disadvantaged or under-represented groups. This is in accordance with the HS2 Ltd Sustainability Policy, which states that contractors will work with HS2 to improve skills, jobs, education and the economy through its investment along the route. This holistic approach to sustainability will build on best practice developed by London 2012 and other major projects.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Maintaining bus routes Routewide Information Paper E5- Roads and Public Rights of Way (v1.2), paragraph 6.1 Where bus routes are affected by temporary road closures during construction, a diversionary route and (where necessary) temporary bus stops will be identified. In a few cases, there may be permanent changes to bus routes the nominated undertaker will work with local authorities and transport operators to develop suitable alternative arrangements
General Assurance 31/07/2014 Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the temporary railway Routewide Information Paper E21 - Control of ground-borne noise and vibration from the operation of temporary and permanent railways (v1.1), paragraph 4.4 Ground-borne noise and vibration from the temporary railway will be controlled by the design and maintenance of the train track.
General Assurance 05/11/2014 Design policy Routewide Information Paper D1- Design Policy (v1.3), paragraph 3 The Promoter and the nominated undertaker will seek to ensure that: the design is safe, efficient, and meets with the requirements of whole life operation and maintenance alongside initial buildability; the design contributes to the government’s pursuit of sustainable development, as set out in the National Planning Policy Framework, which involves seeking positive improvements in the quality of the built, natural and historic environment, as well as in people’s quality of life; the design of all visible elements of the built and landscaped environment are sympathetic to their context, environment and social setting; the design cohesion is achieved through a strong aesthetic ethos and a recognisable architectural language; the design is developed through engagement to seek peoples' views and ideas on the aesthetic design of the visible buildings and permanent structures; the design has a culture of cost awareness to give cost/quality decisions which achieve best value for the funders; the design innovation is encouraged to generate best value to funders, users and those affected by the railway; and the design considers the passenger experience.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Procurement Process Routewide Information Paper G4 Approach to Training and Employment (v1.2)paragraph 2.6 During the procurement of any relevant contract, HS2 Ltd or the nominated undertaker will seek to evaluate contractors’ responses against a number of training and employment criteria. The procurement process will look to assess: at pre-qualification stage - the tenderers’ track record of delivering training and employment interventions relevant to the requirement being procured; and at Invitation to Tender Stage - the tenderers’ proposed method of meeting reasonable, proportionate and achievable training and employment benchmarks stated by HS2 Ltd. Examples of the areas covered by these benchmarks will include numbers of apprenticeships, unemployed job starts, and work experience placements.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Public Open Space and Community Facilities Routewide Information Paper E6 - Mitigation of significant community effects on public open space and Community Facilities(v1.2) paragraph 4.3 Where a community facility is owned and operated as a commercial enterprise (i.e. is not in public or charitable ownership; or, does not provide publicly or charitably funded services) the above policies do not apply. In such cases, the nominated undertaker will work with the affected landowner to help them identify a solution which will enable them to continue to operate, on the basis that they could be eligible for compensation under the Compensation Code (see Information Paper C4 – Land Acquisition and Disposal: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374825/Land_Acquisition_Policy.pdf).
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Design, construction, operation and maintenance of the stationary systems - rating level of the fixed installation Routewide Information Paper E22 - Control of noise from the operation of stationary systems (v1.1), paragraph 3.1 The nominated undertaker will design, construct, operate and maintain the stationary systems so that the rating level of the fixed installations in normal operation at the worst affected residential receptor, minus the background level, is not more than ‐5 dB, determined in accordance with BS4142:1997.
General Assurance 05/11/2014 Design development and public engagement Routewide Information Paper D1- Design Policy (v1.3), paragraph 5 The Promoter recognises the importance of public engagement in the design development process. However, the exact scope and nature of public engagement will depend on the element being designed. For example, the project would expect a higher degree of public engagement on those parts of the railway that have the most significant impact on people, such as stations. The Promoter plans to adopt the following approach for public engagement in design development: Stations - the Promoter will undertake public engagement for stations designs. While the exact form and nature of such engagement will be developed closer to the time, it is likely to be an open engagement exercise, with public exhibitions, leaflet drops, interactive on-line materials and related publicity, reflecting the complexities of station design and the importance of their existing and potential contexts. Key design elements - the Promoter will engage the public on the design development of key elements of infrastructure - including main viaducts, depot buildings and key ventilation shafts in sensitive areas. The engagement exercise is likely to include many of the elements outlined for stations, but will focus more on engaging the public in the locality where the infrastructure is located. Common design elements - the Promoter will develop standard or common designs for certain permanent structures associated with the railway (such as road-bridges, foot-bridges, noise barriers). The Promoter will undertake wider public engagement on design development for common design elements, including for example interactive
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Disadvantaged and under-represented groups Routewide Information Paper G4 Approach to Training and Employment (v1.2)paragraph 2.9 Contractors will be required to help local, disadvantaged and under-represented groups to access the training and employment opportunities generated by HS2 by: placing all job vacancies with Jobcentre Plus and any other job brokerage mechanisms that may be nominated by the undertaker; participating in relevant external recruitment and training events and communicating and publicising employment opportunities; nominating a suitably qualified member of staff to act as a liaison officer, with responsibility for managing the training and employment opportunities between the contractor, its supply chain, and training and employment stakeholders; and performance managing, monitoring and reporting progress on the achievement of training and employment milestones to HS2 Ltd or the nominated undertaker.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Significant amenity and isolation effects on community resources Routewide Information Paper E7 - Land Quality (Contamination) (v1.1), paragraph 5.1 Where it is necessary to remove contaminated material from site, the nominated undertaker will develop a strategy for disposal that promotes waste minimisation, recycling, recovery, and re-use ahead of disposal at landfill. For contaminated material, alternatives to landfill could include the use of remedial technologies (both in situ and ex situ) that reduce the quantity of soil requiring disposal, and/or the treatment of soils to a standard such that they can be reused at a site or be disposed of as non-hazardous waste.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Reduction of sound from all stationary systems Routewide Information Paper E22 - Control of noise from the operation of stationary systems (v1.1), paragraph 3.2 Where it is not reasonably practicable to achieve this objective, the nominated undertaker will develop and adopt robust procedures to ensure that sound from all stationary systems is reduced as far as is reasonably practicable.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Temporary connections for construction compounds Routewide Information Paper D2 -Selection of the location of construction compounds (v1.2), paragraph 3.5 Where reasonably practicable, temporary connections for construction compounds will be made locally to existing utility services (i.e. electricity, water, data, foul sewers and surface water drainage), to reduce the need for generators, storage tanks and associated traffic movements.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Use of agencies to source labour Routewide Information Paper G4 - Approach to Training and Employment (v1.2), paragraph 2.10 In situations where agencies are used to source labour, contractors will set out proposals to ensure that those agencies, including those of its subcontractors, directly support the delivery of the aims and objectives of the HS2 Ltd. Sustainability policy.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Climate Change risk and resilience Routewide Information Paper E9 -Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience, (v1.1), paragraph 6.3 To address the potential increase in flood risk, all operational infrastructure and assets associated with the Proposed Scheme will be protected by a one metre ‘freeboard’ (i.e. standard of protection increased by one metre above the design flood level to allow for flood risk modelling uncertainty) above the 1 in 1,000 year (0.1%) annual probability of flooding. Replacement flood storage areas are to be implemented to mitigate the potential for a significant increase in flood risk from sites along the Proposed Scheme.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Design, construction, operation and maintenance of the stationary systems Routewide Information Paper E22 - Control of noise from the operation of stationary systems (v1.1), paragraph 3.3 In such cases, the nominated undertaker will design, construct, operate and maintain the stationary systems so that, under all reasonably foreseeable circumstances, the rating level of the stationary systems in normal operation at the worst affected residential receptor, minus the existing background level, is not more than +5 dB, determined in accordance with BS4142:1997.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Updated version of CoCP post Royal Assent Routewide Information Paper D3- Code of Construction Practice -(v1.2) paragraph 2.5 As part of the EMRs, the CoCP will evolve and is subject to refinement, .amendment and expansion. This is because elements of design, assessment and Parliamentary processes may develop during the passage of the Bill. An updated version of the CoCP will be produced should the Bill achieve Royal Assent.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 High Speed Rail College Routewide Information Paper G4 Approach to Training and Employment (v1.2) paragraph 3.1 HS2 Ltd will work closely with BIS in the development of this new college.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 HS2 Ltd.'s Carbon Minimisation Policy Routewide Information Paper E10 -Carbon, (v1.2), paragraph 7.1 In accordance with the climate change objective of the HS2 Sustainability Policy,.a carbon management strategy will be developed and applied and will: calculate the carbon footprint of the Proposed Scheme and use this as a tool to assess the potential to reduce carbon across the design, construction and operation phase; consider low carbon options in developing the detailed design of the Proposed Scheme; reduce embedded carbon in construction materials and carbon emissions from construction works, where practicable; reduce energy requirements of the scheme and maximise the energy efficiency of operations, if practicable; use and/or generate low carbon energy, if practicable; and sequester carbon, if practicable.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Assessment of sound from stationary systems Routewide Information Paper E22 - Control of noise from the operation of stationary systems (v1.1), paragraph 3.5 Special consideration will be given to the assessment of sound from stationary systems when the background level is low, namely where the background levels are less than 30 dB.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Inclusive design principles Routewide Information Paper D5- Inclusive Design Policy (v1.1), paragraph 3.1 HS2 Ltd will use and promote the following five principles of inclusive design: place people at the heart of the design process - use of the railway will be •easy and will cause the minimum of stress, fatigue and anxiety. There will be enough space and sufficient access, regardless of a user's body size, posture or mobility, at all parts of the network that is intended to be accessible to the public; acknowledge diversity and difference - people with a diverse range of •abilities will find the design useful and accessible. The design will take account of a range of impairments including hearing, sight, mobility, and cognitive, mental ill health and other issues, such as epilepsy; offer choice where a single design solution cannot accommodate all users - •the design will be flexible enough to incorporate individual preferences and abilities; provide for flexibility in use - the design can adapt to changing uses and •demands; and provide buildings and environments that are convenient and enjoyable to use •- the design is easy to understand and use, regardless of the user's previous experience, knowledge and capability. Information is communicated effectively, regardless of environment or conditions (such as lighting) and the user's abilities.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 High Speed Rail College Routewide Information Paper G4 Approach to Training and Employment(v1.2) paragraph 3.2 The High Speed Rail College will form partnerships with schools (including university technical colleges), other further education colleges, universities and employers to provide a clear pathway for students from school to further study and employment
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Green infrastructure (GI) and the Environmental Statement Routewide Information Paper E11 -Green Corridor (v1.1), paragraph 4.2 An independent design panel will be established to secure a scheme that acts as an exemplar for others across the world. The panel will have an important role in taking forward the GI concept through detailed design.
General Assurance 30/07/2014 Assessment of sound from stationary systems - principles Routewide Information Paper E22 - Control of noise from the operation of stationary systems (v1.1), paragraph 4.2 The nominated undertaker will assess the sound from stationary systems at the nearest residential receptor based on the principles set out in BS4142:1997. This methodology requires an assessment of the sound produced by the stationary system under assessment against the background level.
General Assurance 28/07/2014 Inclusive design assurance Routewide Information Paper D5- Inclusive Design Policy (v1.1), paragraph 5.2 A design assurance process will be implemented to ensure that inclusive design is the core approach to design HS2 elements.
General Assurance 01/08/2014 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) - Policy principles Routewide Information Paper G5: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy, v1.1, paragraph 5 The HS2 project will be a catalyst for the delivery of transport systems and infrastructure that will be inclusive by: engaging with all stakeholders fairly, delivering value through effective management of the design and building process; and operating a safe, sustainable and reliable system to provide exceptional levels of service to passengers. To this end, HS2 Ltd will: embed, equality, diversity and inclusion in all its activities; work with stakeholders, including: other transport providers; affected parties including (but not limited to) tenants, landowners and occupiers; communities; staff; contractors; local and national government, and industry; approach its activities proactively by: minimising the potential for discrimination, harassment and bullying; seeking out opportunities to promote inclusive development; seeking out the views of stakeholders;seeking to ensure that people with protected characteristics do not experience disproportionate disadvantage as a result of the planning, design, construction and operation of the HS2 project; and create opportunities for local, disadvantaged and underrepresented people and companies to benefit from the investment in HS2 (e.g. National College for High Speed Rail).
52.43617567471507 -1.7816519737243652 Jaguar Land Rover assurance 07/07/2014 Impact mitigation Land Rover, Lode Lane, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 8NW Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Tim James (Jaguar Land Rover) The Secretary of State will require a nominated undertaker to engage with Jaguar Land Rover with the aim of ensuring that impacts on its operations arising from rail possessions associated with the construction of the Proposed Scheme in Solihull and Castle Bromwich will be mitigated as far as reasonably practicable.
52.43709791492362 -1.782156229019165 Jaguar Land Rover assurance 07/07/2014 Impact mitigation on just in time deliveries Land Rover, Lode Lane, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 8NW Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Tim James (Jaguar Land Rover) The Secretary of State will require a nominated undertaker to engage with Jaguar Land Rover with the aim of ensuring that any impact on Jaguar Land Rover's just-in-time' deliveries and its supply chain that may be caused by the construction of the Proposed Scheme in Soli hull and Castle Bromwich will be mitigated as far as reasonably practicable.
52.435220710612654 -1.7815232276916504 Jaguar Land Rover assurance 07/07/2014 Impact mitigation on staff and visitors Land Rover, Lode Lane, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 8NW Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Tim James (Jaguar Land Rover) The Secretary of State will require a nominated undertaker to engage with Jaguar Land Rover with the aim of ensuring that any impact on staff and visitors accessing its Soli hull and Castle Bromwich sites from increased traffic and highway works associated with the construction of the Proposed Scheme in Soli hull and Castle Bromwich will be mitigated as far as reasonably practicable.
52.548239932166176 -1.7375081777572632 John Watts Farm (Andrew John Watts) assurance 12/11/2014 Cuttle Mill Mid Point Auto Transformer Station (ATS) John Watt's Farm Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Malcolm Gale (Bagshaws LLP) Paragrapgh 1)a) and b) a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will: 1. require the nominated undertaker to relocate the Cuttle Mill Mid Point Auto Transformer Station access track currently proposed to be located on land parcels numbered 255, and 5 on the deposited plans in the County of Warwickshire, District of North Warwickshire (as listed in Schedule 5 to the Bill)(“Land Parcels 255 and 5”) to an alternative location (“the Alternative Site”) broadly in line with that shown on the attached sketch on plan reference C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-00079 P02. (b) The condition referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy:1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of an access track and associated works and authorises deemed planning permission for those works. 2. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill.
52.548181214931525 -1.7369234561920166 John Watts Farm (Andrew John Watts) assurance 12/11/2014 Cuttle Mill Mid Point Auto Transformer Station (ATS) John Watt's Farm Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Malcolm Gale (Bagshaws LLP) Paragrapgh 2) a) and b) a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will: 2. not exercise over land parcels 255 and 5 and any powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred under clause 4 of the Bill for the provision of access to Cuttle Mill Mid Point Auto-Transformer Station; (b) The condition referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy:1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of an access track and associated works and authorises deemed planning permission for those works. 2. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill.
52.5481224976183 -1.7363601922988892 John Watts Farm (Andrew John Watts) assurance 12/11/2014 Cuttle Mill Mid Point Auto Transformer Station (ATS) John Watt's Farm Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Malcolm Gale (Bagshaws LLP) Paragraph 3) a) and b) a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will:3. not construct over Land Parcels, 255 and 5 the access track to Cuttle Mill Mid Point Auto –Transformer Station currently proposed to be constructed on Land Parcels 255 and 5. (b) The condition referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy:1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of an access track and associated works and authorises deemed planning permission for those works. 2. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill.
52.34847481621203 -1.5795636177062988 Kenilworth Golf Club Limited assurance 25/07/2014 Compulsory Acquisition Kenilworth Golf Club, Crewe LaneKenilworthWarwickshire CV8 2EA Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jim McCarthy (Kenilworth Golf Club Limited) Para a) The Secretary of State will not compulsorily acquire the land alongside the 16th hole and fairway, identified as parcel number 21 in the civil parish of Kenilworth and edged red in the attached plan (Drawing No: C223-CSI-HY-DGA-030-219100);
52.348933579062475 -1.58003568649292 Kenilworth Golf Club Limited assurance 25/07/2014 Construction Impacts Kenilworth Golf Club, Crewe LaneKenilworthWarwickshire CV8 2EA Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jim McCarthy (Kenilworth Golf Club Limited) Para b) The Nominated Undertaker will work with the Club in seeking to minimise the impacts of construction in so far as reasonably practicable;
52.34951685638325 -1.5806365013122559 Kenilworth Golf Club Limited assurance 25/07/2014 Compensation Kenilworth Golf Club, Crewe LaneKenilworthWarwickshire CV8 2EA Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jim McCarthy (Kenilworth Golf Club Limited) Para c) The Secretary of State and the Nominated Undertaker will compensate the Club in respect of the land that will be acquired as a consequence of the construction of the Proposed Scheme and impacts on retained land arising as a resulting as a direct and reasonable consequence of the acquisition. Any claim for compensation sought by KGCL shall be assessed in accordance with the terms of the Compensation Code. Further information on compensation is set out in Information Paper C8: Compensation code for compulsory purchase, which should be read in conjunction with Papers C4: Land acquisition policy and C9: Recovery of costs by property owners. All Information Papers are available from HS2 Ltd’s website, www.hs2.org.uk
2.54730044698482 -1.7025268077850342 Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course assurance 07/07/2014 Compulsory acquisition Lea Marston Hotel, Haunch Lane, Lea Marston, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, B76 0BY Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mark Blake (Chairman, Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course) In relation to parcel 155 in the Parish of Curdworth the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to reduce the extent of land to be used within parcel155 for the HS2 works to a 5 m strip along-side the A4097, which is identified pink on the enclosed drawing: C223-CSI -CV-SKE-030-oooo1o ("the Pink Land");
52.54686984288902 -1.702580451965332 Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course assurance 07/07/2014 Compulsory acquisition Lea Marston Hotel, Haunch Lane, Lea Marston, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, B76 0BY Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mark Blake (Chairman, Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course) In relation to parcel 155 in the Parish of Curdworth the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker not to exercise any powers provided by the HS2 Bill to permanently acquire or take temporary possession of that part of parcel 55 identified green on the enclosed drawing
52.54617825777272 -1.7026019096374512 Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course assurance 07/07/2014 Compulsory acquisition Lea Marston Hotel, Haunch Lane, Lea Marston, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, B76 0BY Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mark Blake (Chairman, Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course) In relation to parcel 155 in the Parish of Curdworth the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker not to permanently acquire the Pink Land but instead only to take temporary possession of and use of the Pink Land in accordance with the powers provided by paragraph of Schedule to the HS2 Bill, subject to mutually agreeable terms
52.54581288765166 -1.7026019096374512 Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course assurance 07/07/2014 Compulsory acquisition Lea Marston Hotel, Haunch Lane, Lea Marston, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, B76 0BY Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Mark Blake (Chairman, Lea Marston Hotel Golf Course) In relation to parcel 155 in the Parish of Curdworth the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to continue to explore further opportunities to reduce the extent of land to be used within parcel 55 for the HS2 works, as far as is reasonably practicable, during the detailed design stage.
52.679627989004274 -1.7817378044128418 Lichfield & Hatherton Canal Restoration Trust Ltd assurance 17/10/2014 Cappers Lane Viaduct Cappers Lane Viaduct, Whittington Heath, WS14 9J Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr David Dixon (Vice Chairman & Land Officer, L&HCRT Ltd) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker, in carrying out the works authorised by the Bill, to undertake at the Promoter's expense such works as may be necessary to the section of canal already constructed (but not in use) which passes under the viaduct to be constructed under the Bill as may be disturbed or affected by the works so as to restore the section of the canal to the same or equivalent state as it is now in to facilitate future continuity of navigation on the canal.
52.67993370339681 -1.7839264869689941 Lichfield & Hatherton Canal Restoration Trust Ltd assurance 17/10/2014 Cappers Lane Viaduct Cappers Lane Viaduct, Whittington Heath, WS14 9J Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr David Dixon (Vice Chairman & Land Officer, L&HCRT Ltd) If the viaduct works authorised by the Bill are changed by an Additional Provision, the above assurance will not take effect but the parties will negotiate in good faith to seek to agree alternative assurances with equivalent effect
52.74361868940526 -1.8659162521362305 Lichfield District Council assurance 09/10/2014 Modification to the link to the West Coast Main Line Handsacre junction, Trent, Mersey Canal Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Diane Tilley (Lichfield DC) Paragraph 1 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to provide a revised alignment of the railway connecting to the Handsacre junction which incorporates a lowering and horizontal shift of the railway avoiding the need for two separate crossings of the Trent and Mersey Canal, and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. In preparing the additional provision,the Promoter will keep Lichfield District Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.681032956618374 52.681032956618374 Lichfield District Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering of the Railway beneath A38 A38, South Stafforshire Railway and West Coast Main Line Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Diane Tilley (Lichfield DC) Paragraph 2 The Promoter will promote an additional provision which will provide for the lowering of the railway so as to cross beneath the A38,the South Staffordshire Railway and West Coast Main Line and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Lichfield District Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.60726968685103 -1.7853212356567383 Lichfield District Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering the vertical alignments at Hints Hints footpath - Brockhurst Lane Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Diane Tilley (Lichfield DC) Paragraph 3 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to lower the alignment of the railway near Hints by 3m and divert Brockhurst Lane over the railway on a green bridge. The green bridge will be suitably sized to accommodate Brockhurst Lane, Hints Footpath 14 and appropriate ecological connectivity. And subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Staffordshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.617901454355014 -1.766953468322754 Lichfield District Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering the vertical alignments at Hints Roundhill Wood's ancient woodland Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Ms Diane Tilley (Lichfield DC) Paragraph 4 The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker, so far as is reasonably practicable and in the light of the results of geotechnical site investigations, to steepen the unstrengthened cutting slopes within the limit of the earthworks design life, so as to limit the impact of the scheme on Roundhill Wood ancient woodland.
52.49029678509277 -1.8646878004074097 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Ongoing liaison Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (1) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to work with the owner of Network Park to enable that part of Network Park not required during the construction of the Proposed Scheme to function as efficiently as practicable.
52.49063975276139 -1.8640172481536865 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Liaison - timing, scope, impact of works Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (2) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to liaise with the owner of Network Park to keep them informed of the timing, scope and impact of works which affect access to or within Network Park.
52.49062015468096 -1.8633198738098145 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Timetable of Network Park works Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (3) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to provide a timetable showing the dates and timings of works at Network Park as far as possible in advance of entering onto the Site. In the event that it becomes necessary to make a change to that timetable, the nominated undertaker must notify the change to the owner of Network Park as soon as reasonably practicable after the need for it arises
52.490349047005466 -1.863057017326355 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Interference with internal circulation within Network Park Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (4) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker during the construction in Network Park of any of the works proposed to be authorised by the Bill, to reduce so far as reasonably practicable interference with the parts of the internal circulation road, parking and yards within Network Park that are not acquired permanently for the Proposed Scheme.
52.49007793765878 -1.863057017326355 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Vehicular and pedestrian access to units 1 and 3 at Network Park Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (5) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker during the construction in Network Park of any of the works proposed to be authorised by the Bill, to minimise disruption to the vehicular and pedestrian access to Units 1 and 3 at Network Park within the area of land to be acquired permanently so far as is reasonably practicable.
52.48963697310345 -1.8630892038345337 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Land acquisition - units 1 and 3 Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (6) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to limit the extent of land acquisition for the purposes of construction of the Proposed Scheme in the vicinity of Units 1 and 3 shown on, and to the extent delineated on Exhibit P228 (as attached to this letter).
52.48984602351788 -1.8648701906204224 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Vehicular and pedestrian access at Network Park - all units not permanently acquired Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (7) Save in the event of an unforeseeable event during the construction of the Proposed Scheme within Network Park which is outside the control of t he nominated undertaker the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to maintain vehicular and pedestrian access at all times for the duration of works at Network Park for the construction of the Proposed Scheme to all units not permanently acquired. Use of roads by Business Park traffic may be restricted from time to time in connection with temporary works and utilities works to be undertaken for the purposes of the project.
52.48930053050631 -1.8649131059646606 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic flow options Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (8) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to implement such measures to be agreed with the Petitioner (such agreement not to be reasonably withheld) as are required to maintain either, at the Petitioner's election, a oneway flow (from Duddeston Mill Road to Cranby Street) or a two-way traffic flow (to and from the access to Duddeston Mill Road) on that part of the circulation road that is not permanently acquired for construction of the Proposed Scheme. The measures wi ll include provision of appropriate security at the access points to the public highway. For any two-way traffic flow, the measures will be: (a) such as to enable sufficient room for two HGV vehicles to pass on the circu lation road, or where there is insufficient room to pass (as at the junction in front of Unit 2), traffic management measures to provide safe and effective control to avoid conflict between such HGV vehicles; and (b) a turning head area in the vicinity of the access at Cranby Street.
52.488643970065155 -1.8649077415466309 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Internal road use Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (9) Save in the event of an unforeseeable event during the construction of the Proposed Scheme within Network Park which is outside the control of the nominated undertaker, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to not use the internal road within the area hatched blue shown on Exhibit P227 (as attached to this letter) for construction traffic other than as required for the utilities works required in Network Park to construct the Proposed Scheme.
52.48848717806232 -1.8641513586044312 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Realigned inner circulation road within Network Park Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors)(10) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to exercise powers to construct work 3/221 to complete a realigned inner circulation road within Network Park as soon as reasonably practicable following completion of the relevant works at Network Park required to construct the Proposed Scheme.
52.488516576605434 -1.8632501363754272 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Design and location of the reinstated access road - surplus land Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (11) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to liaise with the owner of Network Park in respect of the design and location of the realigned inner circulation road, with the objective of making practicable use of surplus land available after the completion of the relevant works at Network Park to construct the Proposed Scheme.
52.48914374084399 -1.8630999326705933 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Transfer of land Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors) (12) As soon as reasonably practicable on completion of the Proposed Scheme, provided that the part of Network Park retained by the Petitioner remains in single freehold ownership, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to transfer back the freehold ownership of the estate roads, or part thereof, hatched black shown on the attached drawing no. C224-ARP-HW-DSK-040- oooo14-RSToooo281o which shall have been acquired by the Secretary of State under the powers of the Bill to the freehold owner of the retained part of the Site at nil consideration, subject to the reservation of or grant of such rights of access and other rights as the Secretary of State considers to be reasonably necessary
52.49047970151553 -1.8648111820220947 Lionbrook Nominee (Network Park) No.1 Limited and others assurance 07/11/2014 Sale back Network Park, Birmingham B8 1AU Letter from Mr Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Edward Charlesworth (CBRE Global Investors)(13) On completion of the project, and provided the retained part of the Business Park remains in single freehold ownership, the Secretary of State will offer for sale back to the freehold owner of the Business Park that part of the land (if any) which he judges not necessary to retain permanently for purchase at full open market value. In the event that the owner agrees to purchase that land, it shall be transferred subject to the reservation of all such rights of access and other rights as the Secretary of State considers to be reasonably necessary
52.729522149260525 -1.8481922149658203 Mr John and Mrs Marion Sadler (Ashton Hayes Farm) assurance 10/10/2014 Lichfield District Council planning application - engagement on relocation on land owned by Mrs Round Ashton Hayes FarmTuppenhurst LaneRugeleyWS15 4HN Letter of comfort from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr and Mrs Sadler (Ashton Hayes Farm) The Promoter will continue to engage with you and Mrs Round as you develop your proposed planning application for the relocation of a new house on land owned by Mrs Round.
52.730087397808326 -1.8491148948669434 Mr John and Mrs Marion Sadler (Ashton Hayes Farm) assurance 10/10/2014 Payment of costs of planning application for relocation Ashton Hayes FarmTuppenhurst LaneRugeleyWS15 4HN Letter of comfort from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr and Mrs Sadler (Ashton Hayes Farm) The Promoter will pay the reasonable costs of a planning application for the relocation of a new house on land owned by Mrs Round (those costs to be subject to prior approval by the Promoter but such approval not to be unreasonably withheld). Any costs paid to you for this purpose would subsequently be offset against any compensation payable to you in the future, but this provides you with the comfort you sought in your petition as to who pays those costs if the Proposed Scheme were not to proceed for any reason.
52.49233168744969 -1.8632662296295166 National Express Group plc assurance 11/09/2014 Saltley Viaduct strategy Saltley Viaduct, Birmingham, B8 1JN Letter from Eversheds (HS2 Ltd) to Jennifer Holgate (Pinsent Masons LLP, National Express Group plc) Clause 2 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to consult National Express Group Pic on the 'Saltley Viaduct Strategy' as described in the Assurances given by the Promoter to Birmingham City Council and Centro on 16 July 2014 ("the Saltley Viaduct Strategy"). The consultation will take place within the overall timeframe of the engagement by the Nominated Undertaker with BCC and Centro in the development of the Saltley Viaduct Strategy.
52.47994443569752 -1.8886774778366089 National Express Group plc assurance 11/09/2014 Moor St Queensway and Park St closure Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Eversheds (HS2 Ltd) to Jennifer Holgate (Pinsent Masons LLP, National Express Group plc) Clause 1.1 The Secretary of State will ensure that the Nominated Undertaker will develop and implement a Traffic Management Plan for the area around the proposed Curzon Street Station ("the Traffic Management Plan") in consultation with Birmingham City Council; Centro; the emergency services; and provided that National Express Group PLC continues to be the leading bus operator in Central Birmingham/ National Express Group PLC.
52.480192737659245 -1.8893373012542725 National Express Group plc assurance 11/09/2014 Traffic management plan Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Eversheds (HS2 Ltd) to Jennifer Holgate (Pinsent Masons LLP, National Express Group plc) Clause 1.2 The Traffic Management Plan will as a minimum Include: consideration of temporary and permanent closures and diversions of highways and other public rights of way; the proposed traffic and construction vehicle management strategy; and consideration of the appropriate relocation of bus stops and bus routes.
52.47990196285319 -1.8894821405410767 National Express Group plc assurance 11/09/2014 Traffic management plan preparation Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham B2 4ND Letter from Eversheds (HS2 Ltd) to Jennifer Holgate (Pinsent Masons LLP, National Express Group plc) Clause 1.3 The preparation of the Traffic Management Plan will include: review of the local highway conditions; review of the expected impacts of works authorised by High Speed 2 (London West Midlands) Bill (as enacted) ("HS2 Works").The review of the impact of HS2 Works will include as necessary revisiting any traffic modelling to ensure that appropriate mitigation is proposed.
52.47922565896137 -1.8925023078918457 National Express Group plc assurance 11/09/2014 Traffic management plan Moor Street Queensway, Birmingham, B4 7UL, Park Street, B 5 5JH Letter from Eversheds (HS2 Ltd) to Jennifer Holgate (Pinsent Masons LLP, National Express Group plc) Clause 1.5 lf notwithstanding the implementation of the Traffic Management Plan the impacts on Moor Street Queensway as a result of the closure of Park Street for the HS2 works end up being worse than anticipated, the Promoter will continue to consult National Express Group Plc on reducing and mitigating as far as reasonably practicable1 the impact of the closure of Park Street. This will necessarily involve a review of the mitigation strategy outlined in the Traffic Management Plan.
52.48291743291196 -1.8991702795028687 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 24/10/2014 Bimingham Interchange Cycle Route Bimingham Interchange Cycle Route Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) clause 3.1 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to undertake a review of cycle access from Coleshill to the Birmingham Interchange Station during the detailed design phase and to take all reasonably practicable steps to implement the findings of such review within the powers and limits and available budget of the Bill.
52.61568020157294 -1.6987019777297974 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 24/10/2014 Public Rights of Way - T17 Footpath 17 Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Clause 3.2.1 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to promote, and subject to the approval of Parliament, will require the Nominated Undertaker to provide an alternative alignment for footpath T17. Such alternative alignment will be broadly in the form shown on the indicative drawing numbered C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000061 PO2, but may be subject to design refinement as more detailed designs for the HS2 Works are brought forward
52.551374666028735 -1.6976585984230042 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 24/10/2014 Public Rights of Way - M23 Footpath M23 Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Clause 3.2.2 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to provide an alternative route for footpath M23 around the proposed Kingsbury railhead. Such alternative route is to be broadly in the form shown on the indicative drawing labelled FIRST PASS CHANGE HST-RST-251B, but may be subject to design refinement as detailed designs for the HS2 Works are brought forward.
52.553602441696995 -1.707322597503662 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 24/10/2014 Public Rights of Way - M23a Seeney Lane Bridleway Seeney Lane Bridleway Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Clause 3.2.3 The Secretary of State will ensure that the Nominated Undertaker does not alter the status of bridleway M23a at Seeney Lane so as to create a Byway Open to All Traffic at this location.
52.56359016247249 -1.7051500082015991 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 24/10/2014 Bodymore Heath Lane Bodymore Heath Lane Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Clause 4 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to undertake a review of traffic at Bodymore Heath Lane where it crosses the Birmingham and Fazeley canal to investigate the potential benefits of implementing traffic calming measures at this location. This review will be carried out in consultation with the Highways Authority, and undertaken during the detailed design phase of the project.
52.57592613848182 -1.5456390380859375 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 04/11/2014 Special Management Zone North Warwickshire Borough Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) In line with the Code of Construction Practice, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that appropriately experienced community engagement personnel are appointed to manage stakeholder and community relationships during the development of HS2 in the Lea Marston, Kingsbury, Curdworth, Wishaw and Middleton Parish Council areas.The community engagement team will include: • A single point of contact for local authorities in the area; • Named individual points of contact for affected property owners; and • A senior manager accountable for effective implementation of the Code of Construction Practice in the North Warwickshire area. The broad duties of individuals will include, but will not be limited to:• Being the first point of contact for communities and local authorities along the line of route; • Coordination between both proposed phases of the railway, including alignment of powers and construction approaches;• Managing relationships with the local communities, businesses, local authorities and other stakeholders; • Raising issues from the community within HS2 Ltd for escalation, resolution or clarification; • Monitoring the progress of each item raised and keeping stakeholders informed of progress; • Ensuring the HS2 stakeholder engagement framework is appropriately implemented; for the whole scheme• Attending regular meetings with the lead contractor, local authority, local community and other stakeholders to discuss construction issues and forthcoming programmes of works; and • Advising on the appropriate support mechanisms to be provided by the nominated undertaker which will be available to local businesses, land owners, voluntary and community organisations that may be affected by the works • Liaison with Lea Marston, Kingsbury, Curdworth, Wishaw and Middleton Parish Councils.
52.565786340717395 -1.683504581451416 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 06/11/2014 Kingsbury Road Railhead Environmental Mitigation Kingsbury Road Railhead Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Paragraph a) 1) & b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to: 1. Plant the site of the Kingsbury Road railhead reception sidings with native woodland planting to connect two sections of the local wildlife site following completion of all works required for the construction of HS2 as indicated in attached indicative drawing: C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000116, sheet 1. (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the land required for the purposes of carrying out additional mitigation and associated works proposed in (a) above, 2. the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development, 3. the grant under the Bill of deemed planning permission to authorise the development, 4. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill, 5. the approval of Network Rail Infrastructure Limited in relation to planting which is adjacent to, or might affect the existing Birmingham and Derby railway line.
52.56602111495909 -1.683853268623352 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 06/11/2014 Kingsbury Road Railhead Environmental Mitigation Kingsbury Road Railhead Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Paragrapgh a) 2) & b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to: 2. Rearrange the proposed balancing pond to the north east of the Kingsbury Road railhead site to consist of two separate ponds parallel to the head shunt with additional planting to the north of the head shunt to provide visual mitigation for the temporary earthwork as indicated in attached indicative drawing: C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000116, sheet 2. (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the land required for the purposes of carrying out additional mitigation and associated works proposed in (a) above, 2. the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development, 3. the grant under the Bill of deemed planning permission to authorise the development, 4. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill, 5. the approval of Network Rail Infrastructure Limited in relation to planting which is adjacent to, or might affect the existing Birmingham and Derby railway line.
52.5660243757036 -1.684502363204956 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 06/11/2014 Kingsbury Road Railhead Environmental Mitigation Kingsbury Road Railhead Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Paragraph a) 3) & b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to: 3. Provide additional bunding around the eastern perimeter of the Kingsbury Road railhead site as indicated in attached indicative drawing: C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000116, sheet 2. This is to include additional bunding and planting extending into the land proposed to be developed for fish ponds which will be integrated with these proposals . (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the land required for the purposes of carrying out additional mitigation and associated works proposed in (a) above, 2. the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development, 3. the grant under the Bill of deemed planning permission to authorise the development, 4. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill, 5. the approval of Network Rail Infrastructure Limited in relation to planting which is adjacent to, or might affect the existing Birmingham and Derby railway line.
52.56566569235436 -1.6841644048690796 North Warwickshire Borough Council assurance 06/11/2014 Kingsbury Road Railhead Environmental Mitigation Kingsbury Road Railhead Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Steve Maxey (NWBC) Paragraph a) 4) & b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the condition set out in (b) below, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to: 4. Provide additional landscape earthworks and planting between the Kingsbury Road and the proposed Kingsbury Road railhead as indicated in attached indicative drawing: C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000116, sheet 2. (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision(“AP”) which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the land required for the purposes of carrying out additional mitigation and associated works proposed in (a) above, 2. the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development, 3. the grant under the Bill of deemed planning permission to authorise the development, 4. the approval of the relevant local highway or planning authority as the case may be under Schedules 4 and 16 of the Bill, 5. the approval of Network Rail Infrastructure Limited in relation to planting which is adjacent to, or might affect the existing Birmingham and Derby railway line.
52.69879279303353 -1.848299503326416 Oxclose Farm ( Mrs D H Robinson) assurance 04/11/2014 Ravenshaw Cottage relocation Grange Lane, Lichfield, WS13 8HU Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Malcolm Gale (Bagshaws LLP) Subject to the successful promotion of an Additional Provision enabling the Secretary of State to acquire the land hatched red on Map C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000028, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to provide an alternative accommodation track to Ravenshaw Cottage as identified by the blue line in sketch C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000028.  The provision of this track is subject to any necessary consents from the local highway authority being obtained  under  Schedule 4 to the High Speed Rail (London to West Midlands Bill ('The Bill')
52.70030116833508 -1.8491148948669434 Oxclose Farm ( Mrs D H Robinson) assurance 15/10/2014 Balancing pond relocation Grange Lane, Lichfield, WS13 8HU Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Julia Hayhurst (Bagshaws LLP) a. i) and b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set out in (b) below the Secretary of State will: 1. require the nominated undertaker to relocate the balancing pond currently proposed to be located on land parcel numbered 193 on the deposited plans in the County of Staffordshire (as listed in Schedule 5 to the Bill) ("Land Parcel193") to an alternative location ("the Alternative Site") adjacent to land parcels 194 and 196 in the County of Staffordshire and shown on the attached sketch on plan reference C223-CSI-CV-SKE-o3o-ooo1o3; (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1.the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision("AP") which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of a balancing pond and associated works including maintenance access; 2.the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development proposed in (a)(1) above ("the Development");and 3• the Development having the benefit of deemed planning permission under the Bill as amended. (c) Notwithstanding (a) (2) above,the Secretary of State may exercise powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred by clause 4 of the Bill over that part of Land Parcel 193 required for the provision of environmental mitigation.
52.699729032115386 -1.8488574028015137 Oxclose Farm ( Mrs D H Robinson) assurance 15/10/2014 Compulsory Acquisition Grange Lane, Lichfield, WS13 8HU Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Julia Hayhurst (Bagshaws LLP) a. ii) and b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set out in (b) below the Secretary of State will: 2. not exercise over Land Parcel193 any powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred under clause 4 of the Bill for the provision of a balancing pond and associated works and access for the maintenance of the balancing pond; and (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision("AP") which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of a balancing pond and associated works including maintenance access; 2.the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development proposed in (a)(1) above ("the Development");and 3• the Development having the benefit of deemed planning permission under the Bill as amended. (c) Notwithstanding (a) (2) above,the Secretary of State may exercise powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred by clause 4 of the Bill over that part of Land Parcel193 required for the provision of environmental mitigation.
52.699286921718084 -1.8486857414245605 Oxclose Farm ( Mrs D H Robinson) assurance 15/10/2014 Access track and turning head Grange Lane, Lichfield, WS13 8HU Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Julia Hayhurst (Bagshaws LLP) a.iii) and b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set out in (b) below the Secretary of State will: 3• not construct over Land Parcel193 the access track and turning head currently proposed to be constructed on Land Parcel193. (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are: 1. the successful promotion of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision("AP") which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of a balancing pond and associated works including maintenance access; 2. the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development proposed in (a)(1) above ("the Development");and 3• the Development having the benefit of deemed planning permission under the Bill as amended. (c) Notwithstanding (a) (2) above,the Secretary of State may exercise powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred by clause 4 of the Bill over that part of Land Parcel193 required for the provision of environmental mitigation.
52.64939072613815 -1.778637170791626 Packington Moor Farm assurance 15/10/2014 Access to farmland Jerry's Lane, Lichfield, WS14 9QB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr John Barnes (Packington Moor Farm) The nominated undertaker will grant full rights to the owner of Packington Moor Farm and those authorised by him to pass over the diverted Bridelway 5
52.65001559394649 -1.7778217792510986 Packington Moor Farm assurance 15/10/2014 Access to farmland Jerry's Lane, Lichfield, WS14 9QB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr John Barnes (Packington Moor Farm) Works to link to the diverted Bridleway 5 within Packington Moor Farm will be discussed as part of the accommodation works compensation package.
52.64869424837057 -1.7793238162994385 Packington Moor Farm assurance 15/10/2014 Access to farmland Jerry's Lane, Lichfield, WS14 9QB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr John Barnes (Packington Moor Farm) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that the diversion of Swinfen & Packington Bridleway 5 is of sufficient size and specification to enable its use as an access to the land currently within ownership of Packington Moor Farm, to the west of the Proposed Scheme alignment.
52.493425857655424 -1.8608683347702026 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Notice of entry Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 1i) The Secretary of State will not serve notice of entry on the property occupied by Rippleglen Limited at Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham, before the Bill is granted Royal Assent.
52.4932625503979 -1.86093270778656 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Business Relocation Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 1 ii) Once the Bill has received Royal Assent, the Secretary of State will provide Rippleglen Limited with not less than six months' notice of entry on the property under section 11(1) of the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 or section 8 of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981.
52.493122105671404 -1.8610990047454834 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Business Relocation Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 2 The Secretary of State is willing to pay the Petitioners up to go% of the nominated undertaker's estimate of the compensation (including for disturbance) payable to the Petitioners for compulsory purchase of the Petitioners' land, upon service of the notice referred to in assurance (1) above. This is subject to the Petitioner agreeing to accept a charge over the property for the amount of the compensation paid, and the amount of advance payment will be reduced to reflect the amount of any loan already secured against the property.
52.493907610531664 -1.8607422709465027 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Business Relocation Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 3 i) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to keep Rippleglen Limited updated quarterly on the progress of the Bill and likely target dates
52.49420482492795 -1.8606752157211304 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Business Relocation Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 3 ii) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to encourage the Agency service to engage proactively with Rippleglen Limited to assist them, as and when necessary whilst they undertake the search for alterative premises, to identify their requirements and plan their relocation in advance of Royal Assent;
52.49377859926189 -1.8612760305404663 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Business Relocation Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 3 iii) The Promoter will, in these circumstances, agree to treat the reasonable costs incurred by Rippleglen Limited in connection with the search for alternative premises as proper disturbance costs in Rippleglen Limited's claim for compensation;
52.49365122067485 -1.8607985973358154 Rippleglen Ltd assurance 12/09/2014 Business Relocation Unit 2, Pennine Way, Saltley Business Park, Saltley, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Tony Hargreave (Ripplegen Ltd) Clause 3 iv) In the event that the Rippleglen Limited shall identify suitable premises for the relocation of their business on a date prior to the date of notice under assurance (1.ii) above, on receipt from Rippleglen Limited of details of those premises, the Secretary of State will confirm whether or not he accepts that those premises provide a reasonable basis for the Petitioners' claim for compensation under Rule 6 of the Land Compensation Rules 1961.
51.54371285080267 -0.15227973461151123 Roundhouse Trust assurance 28/01/2014 Notice period Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH Letter from Peter Fry (HS2 Ltd) to Heather Walker (Roundhouse Trust) The Promoter will require the Nominated Undertaker to give the Roundhouse Trust one week's notice prior to using the access strip to the rear of the Roundhouse to access the railway except in exceptional circumstances such as the need for emergency access. In this instance the Nominated Undertaker may need to access the railway with only a very short notice period. lf this were to be necessary the Nominated Undertaker would be required to contact the duty manager at the Roundhouse so as to reduce the impact on the operation of the venue.
51.54357940161518 -0.15186667442321777 Roundhouse Trust assurance 28/01/2014 Temporary use of land Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH Letter from Peter Fry (HS2 Ltd) to Heather Walker (Roundhouse Trust) The Promoter will not compulsorily acquire any Roundhouse Trust land (plot number 373 on sheet no. 1.-06 of the deposited Parliamentary Plan s) but instead the Nominated Undertaker will use it temporarily and in compliance with the assurances set out in this letter . At the meeting the question was also raised as to whether permanent access would be required and I can confirm that the Promoter or Nominated Undertaker will not require permanent right of access across Roundhouse Trust land.
51.54345262452462 -0.1514589786529541 Roundhouse Trust assurance 28/01/2014 Emergency access Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH Letter from Peter Fry (HS2 Ltd) to Heather Walker (Roundhouse Trust) We acknowledge that the access route for HS2 vehicles is also used for access for any emergency vehicles needing to access the venue. In recognition of this, the Promoter will require the Nominated Undertaker to keep the route completely clear while performances being held and when the route may be required for emergency vehicles. With regard to the earlier paragraph on notice (commitment 135 above) , the Nominated Undertaker may also need to use the access in exceptional circumstances such as in an emergency as stated above and will liaise with your duty manager so as to reduce the impact on the operation of the venue.
51.543345864595416 -0.15110492706298828 Roundhouse Trust assurance 28/01/2014 Vehicle size Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH Letter from Peter Fry (HS2 Ltd) to Heather Walker (Roundhouse Trust) In recognition of your proposals to create office space at the entrance to the access the Promoter will instruct the Nominated Undertaker to not use any vehicle on the access route that cannot fit under a standard UK motorway bridge.
51.54324911319324 -0.1506274938583374 Roundhouse Trust assurance 28/01/2014 Set down areas Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH Letter from Peter Fry (HS2 Ltd) to Heather Walker (Roundhouse Trust) The Promoter will require the Nominated Undertaker to consult with Roundhouse officers over the location of any areas where the set down of materials might be req uired along the access strip.
52.660867993046544 -1.7824405431747437 Ruttle Plant Holdings Ltd assurance 29/10/2014 Notice Ruttle Plant Holdings Ltd Letter form Mr Roger Hargreaves to Mr Jonathan Stott (Hamer Associates Ltd) Para. 1 Once the Bill has received Royal Assent, the Secretary of State will provide Ruttle Plant Holdings with not less than six months’ notice of entry on the property under section 11(1) of the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 or section 8 of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981.
52.66089727623595 -1.7817109823226929 Ruttle Plant Holdings Ltd assurance 29/10/2014 Compensation Ruttle Plant Holdings Ltd Letter form Mr Roger Hargreaves to Mr Jonathan Stott (Hamer Associates Ltd) Para. 2 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with the Petitioner no less than six months in advance of the likely date of the notice referred to in assurance no (1) above, in order to seek to agree the principles for determination of the Petitioner’s claim for land compensation (including an indicative list of items payable for disturbance).
Severn Trent Water Limited Undertaking 10/04/2014 Protective provisions Routewide Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.48264301081652 -1.867375373840332 SITA UK Limited assurance 13/10/2014 Landor St Sita UK, Landor Street, Birmingham, B8 1AE Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.46063139925978 -1.68739914894104 SITA UK Limited assurance 13/10/2014 Packington Estate Sita UK, Packington Landfill, Packington Lane, Little Packington, Meriden, CV7 7HN Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.60949136632665 -1.7806220054626465 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering of the Railway beneath A38 Brockhurst Lane, Sutton Coldfield, Staffordshire, B75 5SS Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Clause 3 The Promoter will promote an additional provision which will provide for the lowering of the railway so as to cross beneath the A38, the South Staffordshire Railway and West Coast Main Line and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision.
52.80482398856594 -2.115468978881836 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering of the Railway beneath A38 Staffordshire County Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Paragraph 3 In preparing the Additional Provision the Promoter will keep Staffordshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.60726968685103 -1.7866301536560059 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering the vertical alignments at Hints Brockhurst Lane, Hints Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Paragraph 4 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to lower the alignment of the railway near Hints by 3m and divert Brockhurst Lane over the railway on a green bridge. The green bridge will be suitably sized to accommodate Brockhurst Lane,Hints Footpath 14 and appropriate ecological connectivity. And subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Staffordshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.61803172961172 -1.7693138122558594 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Lowering the vertical alignments at Hints Roundhill Wood Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Paragraph 4 The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker, so far as is reasonably practicable and in the light of the results of geotechnical site investigations to steepen the unstrengthened cutting slopes within the limit of the earthworks design life, so as to limit the impact of the scheme on Roundhill Wood ancient woodland.
52.8543093557509 -2.071866989135742 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Modification to the link to the West Coast Main Line Trent and Mersey Canal Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Paragraph 2 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to provide a revised alignment of the railway connecting to the Handsacre junction which incorporates a lowering and horizontal shift of the railway avoiding the need for two separate crossings of the Trent and Mersey Canal, and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision.
52.85596783068048 -2.0749568939208984 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Modification to the link to the West Coast Main Line Trent and Mersey Canal Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Paragraph 2 In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Staffordshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.7409686279901 -1.868276596069336 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Handsacre Junction Handsacre Junction Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Para. 1 If the Bill is enacted including powers to construct the junction of the HS2 railway with the West Coast Main Line at Handsacre (the Handsacre Junction), the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker, if it constructs any part of the railway authorised by the Bill, to complete the construction of the Handsacre Junction. This is subject to any amendment of the Bill by subsequent legislation to remove the requirement to construct the Handsacre Junction.
52.74060488149345 -1.8672466278076172 Staffordshire County Council assurance 09/10/2014 Handsacre Junction Handsacre Junction Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Clive Thomson (Staffordshire CC) Paragraph 1 The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to complete the construction of the Handsacre Junction before any part of the railway to the north of delta junction (as shown on figure 9, page 43 of volume 1 of the Environmental Statement deposited with the Bill) is opened for scheduled services.
52.51152634013032 -1.7930781841278076 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Notice of entry West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - assurance 1 Once the Bill has received Royal Assent, the Secretary of State will provide Tacho Fit with not less than six months’ notice of entry on the property under section 11(1) of the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 or section 8 of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981
52.51177446381592 -1.7918980121612549 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Compensation West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - assurance 2 The Secretary of State is willing to pay the Petitioners up to 90 % of the nominated undertaker’s estimate of the compensation (including for disturbance) payable to the Petitioners for compulsory purchase of the Petitioners’ land, upon service of the notice referred to in assurance (1) above (commitment 209)
52.51197034994655 -1.7906749248504639 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Claim for Compensation West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - assurance 3 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to engage with the Petitioner no less than six months in advance of the likely date of the notice referred to in assurance (1) above (commitment 209), in order to seek to agree the principles for determination of the Petitioner’s claim for land compensation (including an indicative list of items payable for disturbance).
52.51087990605441 -1.7928636074066162 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Information sharing West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - - assurance 4 The Secretary of State will keep the Petitioner informed of the progress of the Bill and of likely target dates for the implementation of the project
52.51120638909939 -1.7916297912597656 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Business relocation West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - - assurance 5 The Promoter will require the Agency service to offer appropriate assistance to the Petitioners in respect of the relocation of their business for the purposes of the project
52.51154592889328 -1.7904818058013916 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Professional costs West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - - assurance 6 The Promoter acknowledges that professional costs reasonably incurred by the Petitioners for the purposes of seeking to identify suitable premises at which to relocate their business for the purposes of the project are a proper Head of Claim
52.51114109268441 -1.793990135192871 Tacho Fit Limited assurance 11/09/2014 Business relocation West Midlands, Unit 17, Hayward Industrial Park.Orton Way. Castle Bromwich, Birmingham - B35 7BT Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mr Jonathan Stott (Harmer Associates) - - assurance 7 In the event that the Petitioners shall identify suitable premises for the relocation of their business on a date prior to the date of notice under assurance (1) above (commitment 209), on receipt from the Petitioners of details of those premises, the Secretary of State will confirm whether or not he accepts that those premises provide a reasonable basis for the Petitioners’ claim for compensation under Rule 6 of the Land Compensation Rules 1961.
Thames Water Utilities Limited Undertaking 11/06/2014 Protective provisions Routewide Undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See undertaking signed on behalf of the Secretary of State
52.19677032229574 -1.3623905181884766 The Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond assurance 06/08/2014 Trinity House - disruptive physical works (Radionavigation Site) Lower New Farm, Wormleighton, Southam, CV47 2XL Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Ms A. Gibbs (Trinity House) The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker not to carry out physical works with the potential to disrupt the operation of Trinity House infrastructure in land parcel 49, in particular not carry out works within the footprint of the earth mats placed by Trinity House and associated transmitter equipment including its communications cabin and buried cables in the parcel.
52.4790230924875 -1.8878674507141113 The Gooch Estate assurance 10/09/2014 Electricity Substation relocation Land parcel 444, New Canal St, Fazeley St and Bordesley St, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sheelagh MacGregor (Pinsent Masons LLP), assurance a) and b) (a) Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set out in (b) below the Secretary of State will: (i) require the nominated undertaker to relocate the electricity substation currently proposed to be located on the land parcel numbered 444 on the deposited plans in the City of Birmingham (as listed in Schedule 5 to the Bill) ("Land Parcel 444') to an alternative location ("the Alternative Site') within the existing Bill limits; (ii) not exercise over Land Parcel 444 any powers of compulsory acquisition to be conferred under clause 4 of the Bill; and (iii) not exercise over Land Parcel 444 any powers of temporary possession to be conferred under paragraph 1 of Schedule 15 to the Bill. (b) The conditions referred to in (a) above which must be satisfied and in respect of which the Secretary of State will use reasonable endeavours to satisfy are:- (i) the successful promotion, if required, of an amendment to the Bill through the introduction of an Additional Provision which confers on the Secretary of State the power to acquire compulsorily the Alternative Site for the purposes of electricity supply and access; (ii) if an Additional Provision is required the inclusion in a supplemental Environmental Statement, of an assessment of the significant environmental effects of the development proposed in (a) (i) above ("the Development''); (iii) the Development having the benefit of deemed planning permission under the Bill; (iv) the consent of the relevant electricity undertaker being obtained to the Development pursuant to Part 2 of Schedule 31 to the Bill; and (v) the consent (if required) of any statutory undertaker with an interest in the land in which the Development is proposed to be carried out.
52.47881399063302 -1.8866229057312012 The Gooch Estate assurance 10/09/2014 Monthly progress updates Land parcel 444, New Canal St, Fazeley St and Bordesley St, Birmingham Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Sheelagh MacGregor (Pinsent Masons LLP), assurance c) (c) The Secretary of State will keep the Gooch Estate notified of the progress made with satisfying the conditions referred to in (b) above by means of a written bi-monthly update commencing on 1 November 2014.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds assurance 20/05/2014 Carbon footprint Routewide Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Gwyn Williams (RSPB) The Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to continue to seek to minimise the carbon footprint for Phase1 of the proposed scheme as far as reasonably practicable.
52.510520771903536 -1.7870378494262695 Veolia ES Birmingham Limited assurance 10/09/2014 Alternative site - Bottom Ash Plant Bottom Ash Plant forming part of the Waste Facility currently located at Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Richard Guyatt (Bond Dickinson) - assurance 1.3 a) Subject to BCC identifying a suitable alternative site for the Bottom Ash Plant; and a) BCC identifying to the Promoter that such alternative site can accommodate the Bottom Ash Plant; and b) BCC or its Operator obtaining all relevant licences and approvals for the operation of the Bottom Ash Plant at the alternative site with all reasonable costs met by the Nominated Undertaker, the Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: a) work jointly with BCC and the Operator to ensure that the Bottom Ash Plant forming part of the Waste Facility currently located at Tameside Drive is relocated to a suitable alternative site
52.510732987892865 -1.786426305770874 Veolia ES Birmingham Limited assurance 10/09/2014 Acquisition, delivery and operation of the alternative site Bottom Ash Plant forming part of the Waste Facility currently located at Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Richard Guyatt (Bond Dickinson) - assurance 1.3 b) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: b) if necessary or advantageous to do so in order to facilitate the relocation of the Bottom Ash Plant, promote the requisite amendments to the Bill to facilitate the acquisition, delivery and bringing in to operation of the alternative site for the relocated Bottom Ash Plant;
52.510360793018755 -1.7875581979751587 Veolia ES Birmingham Limited assurance 10/09/2014 Quality of waste services Bottom Ash Plant forming part of the Waste Facility currently located at Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Richard Guyatt (Bond Dickinson) - assurance 1.3 c) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: c) take all reasonable steps to ensure that there is no interruption or disruption or reduction in the level or quality of waste services provided by the existing or relocated Bottom Ash Plant as a result of the HS2 Works;
52.51042282571665 -1.7873543500900269 Veolia ES Birmingham Limited assurance 10/09/2014 Quality of waste services Household Recycling Centre, Waste Facillity, Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Richard Guyatt (Bond Dickinson) - assurance 1.3 d) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: d) subject to BCC and/or the Operator procuring all necessary consents and licenses on behalf of the Nominated Undertaker (with all reasonable costs met by the Nominated Undertaker), take all reasonable steps to ensure that there is no interruption or disruption or reduction in the level or quality of waste services provided by the Household Recycling Centre currently co-located at the Waste Facility at Tameside Drive (including any temporary or permanent reconfiguration required) as a result of the HS2 Works;
52.510628512456954 -1.7867428064346313 Veolia ES Birmingham Limited assurance 10/09/2014 Household Recycling Centre operation Household Recycling Centre, Waste Facillity, Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Richard Guyatt (Bond Dickinson) - assurance 1.3 e) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: e) take all reasonable steps to ensure that the Household Recycling Centre currently colocated at the Waste Facility at Tameside Drive will remain in operation following the completion of the HS2 Works in a form no less effective or advantageous than the existing facility;
52.510200813551634 -1.7881321907043457 Veolia ES Birmingham Limited assurance 10/09/2014 Compensation Bottom Ash Plant forming part of the Waste Facility currently located at Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2 Ltd) to Richard Guyatt (Bond Dickinson) - assurance 1.3 f) The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to: f) provide compensation to BCC and/or the Operator in line with the Compensation Code for the equivalent reinstatement of the Bottom Ash Plant.
52.51287141490124 -1.742234230041504 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Alternative site for Water Orton Primary School Water Orton School, Attleboro Lane, Water Orton, Birmingham, B46 1SB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 1.1 - 1.3 In the event that WCC brings forward a suitable alternative site (which, for the avoidance of doubt, a site within the land edged red in Petitioner Exhibit A174 (10) could be) for Water Orton School within Water Orton Village, the Promoter will: • Promote an Additional Provision to secure the compulsory purchase of a suitable site and deemed planning permission required for the new school location for the replacement primary school and pay for the cost of acquisition; • Assist in relocating the school to the new site by paying WCC £3.5m at the time of Royal Assent; and • Gift to WCC the new land secured under the Additional Provision. WCC would retain ownership of the existing school site except for the section required for the HS2 Works. The above assurance is subject to the following conditions: The land required for the school is to be of similar area to that of the existing school site, and no less than that area, in order that a school and pre-school provision of similar size to the existing school may be provided; In advance of the promotion of the Additional Provision, WCC can demonstrate it has sufficient facilities in place to fund the remaining cost of the school; At the time of Royal Assent, WCC can demonstrate it has a development programme and contractor contracts in place to ensure the new school is delivered and in educational use no later than two and half years from the time of Royal Assent; and The £3.5m is subject to BCIS All-ln Tender Price Index to the time of Royal Assent as of today.
52.2922337845314 -1.5857434272766113 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Kenilworth Greenway Kenilworth Greenway Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 7.4 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to provide a connection from the northern end of the Kenilworth Greenway to join with the existing footpath on the approach road to Berkswell Station, and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. The route of such connection to be broadly in line with that shown on the indicative drawing number: C224-ARP-HW-DSK-040-000001-RST00002756 and finished to an appropriate standard for use by pedestrians, cyclists and horse-riders. The Secretary of State will ensure that the said connection is designated permissive bridleway. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Warwickshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.51245353200222 -1.742255687713623 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Water Orton Primary School Water Orton School, Attleboro Lane, Water Orton, Birmingham, B46 1SB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 1.4 The Secretary of State will require that the Nominated Undertaker does not commence any works that would require mitigation measures to be in place at the existing Water Orton School until the existing school has been vacated.
52.51247312035188 -1.741408109664917 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Water Orton Primary School Water Orton School, Attleboro Lane, Water Orton, Birmingham, B46 1SB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 1.5-1.6 Should any of the conditions listed in 1.3 (commitment 317) (see further two assurances on Water Orton School) not be met the Nominated Undertaker will revert to implementing mitigations at the existing school. Discussions will take place with Warwickshire County Council in relation to these mitigation measures. If the Nominated Undertaker reverts to implementing mitigations at the existing school under clause the Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to work with the owners of Water Orton Primary School to mitigate the impacts of the HS2 Works on the School and its associated early years' facility ("the School") having regard to the possible measures described in the letter dated 10 October 201.4 from Carter Jonas to HS2 Ltd entitled "HS2 - Water Orton Primary School - Desk Top Review". The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to bring forward a compensatory package of mitigation at the school, following a more detailed survey of the site.
52.285776183928164 -1.583254337310791 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Limitations Warwickshire County Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.1.2 to 2.1.4 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to limit the volume of construction traffic that HS2 route along each lane of the Single Carriageway Section of the A446 to: • 100 HGVs per hour in each of the am peak+ pm peak hours • 125 HGVs per hour in each of the one hour time periods preceding and following the peak hours • 200 HGVs per hour at all other times. • The references to 'am peak' and 'pm peak' in respect of traffic flow are to the hours of 0700 - 0900 and 1700 -1800 respectively occurring Monday to Friday • The Highway Authority is Warwickshire County Council • The single carriageway section of the A446 is that part of the County Distributor Road that extends northwards from the signalised junction at Gorsey Lane to the Marsh Lane/Faraday Avenue Junction crossing two railway lines (the Birmingham to Derby and Birmingham to Nuneaton lines) and the River Tame. This limitation to construction traffic by reference to HGVs can only be varied with the written approval of the Highway Authority. Traffic Management plans will be subject to the limitations set out above
52.28458168716655 -1.5875887870788574 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments Warwickshire County Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.1.5 The Secretary of State will require the NU to bring forward an effective Real Time monitoring system to monitor and report to the Highway Authority regularly whether there is compliance with the above limitations
52.482871696014925 -1.7068612575531006 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments Junction of A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road with the B4118 Marsh Lane Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.1 a The Secretary of State will require the Promoter to undertake traffic flow assessments at the junctions of the following roads within the period of 6 months beginning with the date of this agreement a. The A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road with the B4118 Marsh Lane
52.51518928695392 -1.7188239097595215 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road with Gorsey Lane Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.1 b The Secretary of State will require the Promoter to undertake traffic flow assessments at the junctions of the following roads within the period of 6 months beginning with the date of this agreement b.The A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge with Gorsey Lane
52.44565224452023 -1.687002182006836 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road with Coventry Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.1 c The Secretary of State will require the Promoter to undertake traffic flow assessments at the junctions of the following roads within the period of 6 months beginning with the date of this agreement c. The A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge with Coventry Road
52.480676269036856 -1.706925630569458 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.2 The Promoter will be required to use reasonable endeavours to complete the assessments within 4 months and in any event within 6 months of this agreement.
52.48544595594919 -1.7076873779296875 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.3 In the event that such traffic flow assessment identifies significant effects arising from the additional HS2 construction traffic beyond those assessed in the Environmental Statement deposited with the Bill, the Promoter will prepare and submit a supplementary Environmental Statement and propose suitable additional mitigation. If taking into account any additional mitigation proposed, the conclusion is reached that the capacity of the A446 at the relevant junction would be exceeded without such revisions, the Promoter will agree with the Highway Authority appropriate revisions to the HGV limits set out in paragraph 1.1 above (commitment 317).
52.47645499149491 -1.6958427429199219 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road with M6 Junction 4 Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.4 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to undertake a further assessment of the Junction of the A446 Stonebridge Road with the M6 Junction 4 considering the impact of the signalised arms of the road. The Promoter will keep the Highway Authority fully informed of the scope and progress of the assessments
52.48204188976852 -1.7070972919464111 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments Junction of the A446 Stonebridge Road with the B4114 Birmingham Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.5 Where such assessment identifies significant impacts at the Junction of the A446 Stonebridge Road with the B4114 Birmingham Road that occur for longer than a continuous period of 28 days, the nominated undertaker will consult with the Highway Authority and provide additional mitigation for the impacts identified on that junction if the nominated undertaker considers it necessary to do so
52.49082920042208 -1.7098331451416016 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Traffic Assessments A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.2.6 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to consult with the Highway Authority prior·to conducting any works that require narrow lane working on the A446 (meaning lanes of less than 3.65 metres in width) on the timing of any such works. Furthermore, the Nominated Undertaker will be required to minimise the occurrence and duration of narrow lane working in so far as reasonably practicable.
52.28233699624792 -1.5900135040283203 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others Chattel Hill Box on the A446 Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.3.1 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to make permanent the lead in and out highway diversions through the Chattel Hill Box on the A446, established to provide provision for future dualling of the A446 by others.
52.48905227994953 -1.7093181610107422 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.3.2 The Promoter will commence design development as soon as possible with the objective of designing measures to ensure that the HS2 permanent infrastructure does not inhibit the future dualling of the A446.
52.47912110863971 -1.7071723937988281 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.3.3 Subject to the completion of the work described in 3.2 (commitment 338) and the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will bring forward and the nominated undertaker will implement an additional provision to ensure that HS2 permanent infrastructure does not inhibit the future dualling of the A446 on an alignment substantially in accordance with that shown on plan WCC-HS2 A446-002 dated 7 August 2014.
52.476768660720424 -1.7070865631103516 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2. 3.4 If the Promoter concludes after completion of the work described in 3.2 (commitment 338) that the objective mentioned therein cannot be achieved, the Promoter will not object in principle to the County Council raising the subject of the A446 further before the Select Committee of the House of Commons.
52.47478205119479 -1.7070436477661133 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.3.5 The Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker so far as reasonably practicable, to locate long term construction compounds in such a way that does not preclude the bringing forward of the delivery of dualling the A446 by others on its current alignment
52.47397169787183 -1.7068719863891602 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.3.6 The Secretary of State will require the Promoter to engage with the Highway Authority in bringing forward the requirements in paragraphs 3.1. to 3·3 above (commitments 337 and 338)
52.473187470770334 -1.7065715789794922 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Future dualling of the A446 by others A446 Lichfield Road/Stonebridge Road Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 2.3.7 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to engage with the Highway Authority in relation to complying with the requirements in paragraphs 3.1. to 3·3 above (commitments 337 and 338)
52.285080491928085 -1.5855932235717773 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Ecology Warwickshire County Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) d Clause 3.1 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to form an Ecology Review Group for the specific purpose of reviewing the outputs from the ecology monitoring programme. The Ecology Review Group will receive reports on an annual basis and will be asked to make recommendations for remedial measures to the nominated undertaker where progress against objectives is considered not to be sufficient. The composition of this group will include Natural England, local authority representation, appropriate nature conservation NGOs and relevant specialists as necessary.
52.17806351186698 -1.2971645593643188 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Ecology Stoneton Lane near Wormleighton Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 3.2 and 3.3 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to provide a green bridge and highway at Stoneton Lane near Wormleighton, and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. The route of such connection to be broadly in line with that shown on the indicative drawing number: C223-CSI-BR-DPP-030-001011-RST00002370. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Warwickshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.28637998322442 -1.5856575965881348 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Local Authority Costs Warwickshire County Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 4 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to provide an appropriate level of funding to ensure that Local Authorities have sufficient resources in place to deal with planning, highways and environmental health consents required for HS2. HS2 will reimburse other relevant costs if they can be demonstrated under the New Burdens principle. Funding for these activities will be conditional on the local authority signing a Service Level Agreement.
52.28384659622993 -1.585249900817871 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Special Management Zone Warwickshire County Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 5 In line with the Code of Construction Practice, the Secretary of State will require the nominated undertaker to ensure that appropriately experienced community engagement personnel are appointed to manage stakeholder and community relationships during the development of HS2 in North Warwickshire. The community engagement team will include: • A single point of contact for local authorities in the area; • Named individual points of contact for affected property owners; and • A senior manager accountable for effective implementation of the Code of Construction Practice in the North Warwickshire area. The broad duties of individuals will include, but will not be limited to:• Being the first point of contact for communities and local authorities along the line of route; • Coordination between both proposed phases of the railway, including alignment of powers and construction approaches;• Managing relationships with the local communities, businesses, local authorities and other stakeholders; • Raising issues from the community within HS2 Ltd for escalation, resolution or clarification; • Monitoring the progress of each item raised and keeping stakeholders informed of progress; • Ensuring the HS2 stakeholder engagement framework is appropriately implemented; for the whole scheme• Attending regular meetings with the lead contractor, local authority, local community and other stakeholders to discuss construction issues and forthcoming programmes of works; and • Advising on the appropriate support mechanisms to be provided by the nominated undertaker which will be available to local businesses, land owners, voluntary and community organisations that may be affected by the works.
2.37586116655898 -1.6084671020507812 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Burton Green Kenilworth Greenway at Burton Green Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 6 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to provide a revised vertical and horizontal alignment for Kenilworth Greenway at Burton Green including a new equine underpass beneath Cromwell Lane in place of the currently proposed at-grade road crossing, and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. The route of such connection to be broadly in line with that shown on the indicative drawing number: C223-CSI-CV-DPP-030-000110-RST00002328 and finished to an appropriate standard for use by pedestrians, cyclists and horse-riders. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Warwickshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.48257113808005 -1.899685263633728 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Cycle access to Birmingham Interchange Birmingham Interchange Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 7.1 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to undertake a review of cycle access from Coleshill to Birmingham Interchange during the detailed design phase and take all reasonably practicable steps to implement the findings within the powers and available budget ofthe Bill.
52.284942664858065 -1.3944697380065918 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Offchuch Greenway Cycle Route Offchurch Green Way Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 7.2 The Promoter will promote an additional provision to provide a cycle and pedestrian bridge over the Fosse Way connecting the Offchurch Green Way, and subject to the approval of Parliament, the Promoter will require the nominated undertaker to construct the works in accordance with the additional provision. In preparing the additional provision, the Promoter will keep Warwickshire County Council informed of the progress of the design of the revised alignment and consult them on any material changes to the design.
52.61555073358382 -1.6987864673137665 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Public Rights of Way - T17 Footpath T17, North Warwickshire Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 7.3.1 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to promote, and subject to the approval of Parliament, will require the Nominated Undertaker to provide an alternative alignment for footpath T17. Such alternative alignment will be broadly in the form shown on the indicative drawing numbered C223-CSI-CV-SKE-030-000061 PO2, but may be subject to design refinement as more detailed designs for the HS2 Works are brought forward
52.5512686563149 -1.697537899017334 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Public Rights of Way - M23 Kingsbury railhead - footpath M23 Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 7.3.2 The Secretary of State will require the Nominated Undertaker to provide an alternative route for footpath M23 around the proposed Kingsbury railhead. Such alternative route is to be broadly in the form shown on the indicative drawing labelled FIRST PASS CHANGE HST-RST-251B, but may be subject to design refinement as detailed designs for the HS2 Works are brought forward.
52.51284529733646 -1.7414402961730957 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Water Orton Primary School Water Orton School, Attleboro Lane, Water Orton, Birmingham, B46 1SB Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) - 3rd paragraph The Promoter will work with Warwickshire County Council in order to secure these assurances in a binding agreement within four months of the date of this letter. In the event that an agreement covering all assurances is not completed WCC will be entitled to bring those matters not agreed to committee in the House of Commons.
52.55339369446022 -1.704576015472412 Warwickshire County Council assurance 07/11/2014 Public Rights of Way - M23a Seeney Lane Bridleway Seeney Lane Bridleway Letter from Roger Hargreaves (HS2) to Mrs Mandy Walker (Warwickshire CC) Clause 7.3.3 The Secretary of State will ensure that the Nominated Undertaker does not alter the status of bridleway M23a at Seeney Lane so as to create a Byway Open to All Traffic at this location.
51.52988543491841 -0.21543502807617188 Westminster City Council, Willmott Dixon (Moberly and Jubilee) LLP, Willmott Dixon Regen LLP assurance 02/08/2013 Moberly Sports Centre The Quadrant 101 Kilburn Lane, London W10 4AH MoU signed on behalf of the Secretary of State See Memorandum of Understanding signed on behalf of the Secretary of State
Community Resource Centre As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. popup Collective Temperance Hospital, 110 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2LS 17:30 19:30 Wed 24th Feb 2016 2016/02/24 51.5284629 -0.1384332
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Chelmsley Wood Town Council, 107 Helmswood Drive, Birmingham, West Midlands, B37 7NS 14:00 20:00 Thu 3rd Mar 2016 2016/03/03 52.4709126 -1.7341014
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Aylesbury Methodist Church and Centre, Buckingham Street, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP20 2NQ 14:00 20:00 Tue 23rd Feb 2016 2016/02/23 51.8188794 -0.8135904
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Chalfont St Peter Community Association, Gravel Hill, Chalfont St Peter, Bucks, SL9 9QX 11:00 16:00 Sat 13th Feb 2016 2016/02/13 51.6102631 -0.5589135
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation The Madeley Centre, New Road, Madeley, Cheshire CW3 9DN 12:00 20:00 Fri 29th Jan 2016 2016/01/29 53.002166 -2.3409979
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation Whitmore and District Village Hall, Coneygreave Lane, Whitmore, Staffs ST5 5HX 10:00 17:00 Sat 23rd Jan 2016 2016/01/23 52.9607861 -2.304436
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation Colwich and Little Haywood Village Hall, Chilwell Avenue, Little Haywood, Staffs ST18 0QZ 12:00 20:00 Fri 22nd Jan 2016 2016/01/22 52.7993152 -2.0058257
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation Stafford Gatehouse Theatre, Eastgate Street, Stafford, Staffs ST16 2LT 12:00 20:00 Wed 20th Jan 2016 2016/01/20 52.8072347 -2.1178936
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation Yarnfield Village Hall, Meece Road, Yarnfield, Staffs ST15 0NR 10:00 17:00 Sat 16th Jan 2016 2016/01/16 52.8905919 -2.2041452
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation Kings Bromley Village Hall, Alrewas Road, Kings Bromley, Staffs DE13 7HW 12:00 20:00 Fri 15th Jan 2016 2016/01/15 52.7490021 -1.8200076
HS2 Consultation Event This event is an opportunity for you to talk to our team about a consultation relevant to your area. consultation Hough Village Hall, Cobbs Lane, Hough, Cheshire CW2 5JN 12:00 20:00 Thu 14th Jan 2016 2016/01/14 53.0541471 -2.4297719
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Perivale Community Centre, Horsenden Lane South, Perivale, UB6 7NP 13:00 19:00 Thu 3rd Dec 2015 2015/12/03 51.5400934 -0.3233303
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Grimstock Country House Hotel, Gilson Road, Coleshill, Warwickshire, B46 1LJ 13:00 19:00 Tue 17th Nov 2015 2015/11/17 52.5081142 -1.7195957
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Brackley Town Hall, Market Place, Brackley, Northamptonshire, NN13 7AB 13:00 19:00 Tue 3rd Nov 2015 2015/11/03 52.0268212 -1.1492102
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Wendover Memorial Hall, Wharf Road, Wendover, Bucks, HP22 6HF 11:00 16:00 Sat 7th Nov 2015 2015/11/07 51.7661812 -0.739875
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Ballinger War Memorial Hall, Ballinger Rd, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16 9LQ 14:00 19:00 Mon 19th Oct 2015 2015/10/19 51.7189721 -0.6812391
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event The Grange Hall, Coventry Road, CV47 1QA 13:00 19:00 Tue 13th Oct 2015 2015/10/13 52.256872 -1.3885983
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Armitage with Handsacre Village Hall, Shropshire Brook Road, Armitage, Nr Rugeley, Staffordshire, WS15 4UZ 11:00 16:00 Sat 3rd Oct 2015 2015/10/03 52.7409996 -1.8770135
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Millennium Point, Birmingham, West Midlands B4 7AP 11:00 19:00 Tue 29th Sep 2015 2015/09/29 52.482908 -1.886058
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Bengali Workers Association, 1 Robert St, London NW1 3JU 14:00 20:00 Tue 22nd Sep 2015 2015/09/22 51.528432 -0.138850
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event The Fentham Hall, Marsh Lane, Hampton in Arden, Solihull, B92 0AH 11:00 16:00 Sat 19th Sep 2015 2015/09/19 52.4236263 -1.7017795
HS2 Information Event As part of an ongoing engagement programme HS2 Ltd will be holding information events along the line of route. comm_event Bengali Workers Association, 1 Robert St, London NW1 3JU 11:00 17:00 Sat 19th Sep 2015 2015/09/19 51.528435 -0.138752