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The Network Statement provides all current and potential train operators wishing to operate train services on our infrastructure with a single source of relevant information on a fair and non-discriminatory basis.
It is intended to fulfil the requirements of the Railways Infrastructure (Access and Management) Regulations 2005 (as amended) (the Regulations) and EU Directive 2001/14/EC and can be downloaded below free of charge.
In line with our obligations under the Regulations, we will keep the Network Statement up to date and modify it as necessary. Where changes are made to the Network Statement, we will update this section of our website and will make it clear where in the document this updating has taken place.
2015 Network Statement (PDF 2 MB)
We have published the draft Network Statement 2016 for industry consultation and would be grateful to receive any comments by 5pm on 26 September 2014. Following the consultation period we will update and modify the draft Network Statement as necessary and will publish the final document in October 2014.
Draft Network Statement 2016 (PDF 2MB)
You can download details of connected facilities from our Freight site opportunities page.
If you are a connected facility owner or operator and you need to update the details that we hold, download our service provider information form which can be returned by post or email:
Service provider information form