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Rail investment planning

Network Rail:

Click to view the current Long-Term Planning Process and associated documents including Market Studies and Route Studies.

Click to view Network Rail information on Periodic Review 18 for Control Period 6 2019-24.

Click to view the previous Route Utilisation Strategies below:
Alternative Solutions - July 2013;
Network Route Utilisation Strategy on Passenger Rolling Stock - September 2011;
Network Route Utilisation Strategy on Stations - August 2011;
London and South East Route Utilisation Strategy - July 2011;
West Coast main line Route Utilisation Strategy - July 2011;
West Midlands and Chilterns Route Utilisation Strategy - May 2011;
Great Western Main Line Route Utilisation Strategy - March 2010;
East Midlands Route Utilisation Strategy - February 2010;
Kent Route Utilisation Strategy - January 2010;
Sussex Route Utilisation Strategy - January 2010;
Electrification Strategy - October 2009;
Scenarios and Long Distance Forecasts - June 2009;
South London Route Utilisation Strategy - March 2008;
Greater Anglia Route Utilisation Strategy - December 2007;
Freight Route Utilisation Strategy - March 2007;
Cross-London Route Utilisation Strategy - August 2006;
South West Main Line Route Utilisation Strategy - March 2006.

Initial Industry Plan, September 2011, for England & Wales for Control Period 5 2014-19, can be viewed here
Strategic Business Plan, January 2013, for England & Wales for CP5 2014-19, can be viewed here
Delivery Plan, March 2014, for CP5 2014-19 can be viewed here

Control Period 4 Delivery Plan annual updates 2009-12 can be viewed here

Department for Transport:

High Level Output Specification/Statement of Funds Available, July 2017, for CP6 2019-24 can be viewed here; the Secretary of State for Transport's Statement to Parliament is here.

High Level Output Specification/Statement of Funds Available, July 2012, for CP5 2014-19 can be viewed here

Office of Rail Regulation:

Final Determination, October 2013, for CP5 2014-19 can be viewed here

HM Treasury:

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