Documents, links and guidance for anyone involved in the design and construction of Network Rail buildings.
Overarching Strategy and Policy documents
Our principles of good design
Buildings and Architecture Strategy
The CP7 Buildings and Architecture Policy
Design Guidance manuals – strategic, station design, compliance and operational guidance
Design Advice Panel
Heritage: Care and Development
Station Footbridges and Subways
Maintenance Delivery Units
Redundant Signal Box Strategy
Standardised Footbridge Design
Network Rail’s Building and Architecture team has partnered with international and local design firms to develop a series of standardised footbridges that can be used across Britain’s railway to deliver a consistent, high-quality built environment.
Related documents and links
- Buildings & Architecture Design Hub – Free public link, requiring registration, to the Design and Guidance resources of Technical Authority’s Building & Architecture.
- ThinkStation Report – Report summarising industry and passenger stakeholder cocreation series to help develop ideas for a future passenger hub.
- HUB book – A study of standardised railway stations around Britain, commissioned by Network Rail.
- LINK book – A photographic study of 100 footbridges on the British railway network.