Over the course of the project, we will have to survey, access and in some cases ultimately buy land to construct and operate the railway.

We’ve contacted people whose land and property could potentially be affected by one or more options that we are considering as we develop full designs for the EWR project.

If you’ve received a letter from us informing you that your land and property may ultimately be affected, we encourage you to book an appointment with our specialist engagement team so we can talk to you about our proposals, listen to your views and answer any questions. Contact details for our land team are at the bottom of this page.

Helping you through the process

We've created six guides for people whose land or property could be potentially affected by our project. These can be downloaded below.

If you would like hard copies of any of these documents, please let us know by contacting the team via the details at the bottom of this page, and we’ll send copies to you free of charge.

 

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Guides

If we've been in touch, it's likely you've been asked to fill in the below forms. 

We will be surveying in a wider area than we will eventually need for the project. We don’t yet know for certain which land or property will ultimately be needed and the fact that we are carrying out surveys on a particular piece of land does not necessarily mean we will need to use it in the future.

We’ve contacted people whose land and property could potentially be affected by one or more options that we are considering in our current proposals. If we've been in touch, it's likely you've been asked to fill in the below forms.

Land Surveys - Forms & Key Documents

Get in touch

If you’d like to talk to a member of our specialist land team, we’d be very happy to talk to you:

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