TFL letter to ORR - 11 July 2016

Date11 July 2016
SectionTransport for London appeal under regulation 29 and complaint under regulation 30 of the Railways Infrastructure (Access and Management) Regulations
Transport for London
- Oper ation s
25 Canada Square
Canary Wharf
E14 5LQ
gov .uk
11 July 2016
Dear John,
Transport for London (“TfL”) applications under regulations 29 and 30 of
the Railways Infrastructure (Access and Management) Regulations 2005
(the “Regulations”) in respect of access to the Heathrow Spur and
associated stations (the “Applications”)
1. Thank you for your email of 30 June 2016, attaching the letter (and
associated documents) from Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL”) in
connection with the Applications and inviting further representations from
Comments on HAL’s response
2. TfL is disappointed by the insubstantial response by HAL to the
Applications. In particular, HAL fails to consider practically all of the
material contained in the Applications despite ORR’s explicit directions to
make written representations thereon. Although this could be taken as
acceptance by HAL of these points, the overall tone of HAL's letter
suggests not. HAL provides no relevant material to assist ORR in
making its decision and the general tenor of the response is
unconstructive .
3. HAL fails to make written representati ons on the:
a. R29 application forms;
b. proposals by TfL for charging in relation to the Heathrow Spur and
associated stations (attached as an appendix to TfL's covering letter
to the Applications);
John Trippier
Office of Rail and Road
One Kemble Street

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