As rail projects move off the drawing board and into reality, together as an industry we have the opportunity to deliver the safest price control period (CP6) in the UK’s history.
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The rail industry has turned its attention to the UK’s next major tranche of high speed rail infrastructure investment. Now is the time to ensure that the long-term management of the assets are considered during initial design to emulate the success of High Speed 1.
Our capital financing capability enables our clients to focus on their core business, their electricity assets’ performance and rely on certainty of cost so they can confidently plan for the future.
Embracing sustainability as a way of living in our evolving society will ensure our future as our populations increase. Sustainable means sustainable benefits for the environment, communities and local economies. For us, it is about providing energy systems and solutions to clients that offer a wide range of advantages.
Rail projects, such as High Speed 1 and future high speed rail projects, provide benefit to the local economies from inception, through construction and into operation. They bring immense value through connectivity and capacity, allowing people to travel and trade more widely bringing benefits to the local community from this commerce.
Any significant public railway infrastructure projects like high speed rail projects must ensure value for money for the taxpayer. Integrating design, build, finance, operate and maintain offers economies of scale, shares risk and aligns objectives in a way which delivers economically sustainable infrastructure for consumers, government and shareholders equally.
It has been 10 years since the opening of the entire length of High Speed 1, the UK's first high-speed railway. This has enabled passengers to travel up to 186 miles per hour from London St Pancras to Kent, Paris and Brussels, and has attracted at least £3.8 billion in economic and social benefits to Kent, London and the UK.
The rail industry has turned its attention to the UK’s next major high speed rail infrastructure investment, and now is the time to ensure the long-term management of the assets are considered during initial design to emulate the success of High Speed 1.