This page provides details of our work and publications on developing the framework for Network Rail’s national system operator (NSO) in control period 6 (CP6) as part of the 2018 periodic review (PR18).
As part of the 2018 periodic review (PR18), Network Rail will produce strategic business plans (SBPs) which will form the main source of evidence that we will use to determine Network Rail’s funding and outputs for CP6.
Draft design for our approach to regulating Network Rail in CP6 This document sets out our approach to regulating Network Rail in control period 6 (CP6, which will run from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024, as we have consulted on it in the draft determination. Its purpose is a tool to express our proposed framework for regulating Network Rail in a succinct way. Draft design for our approach to
In May 2016, we published our first major consultation on the 2018 periodic review (PR18). PR18 would determine Network Rail Infrastructure Limited’s (Network Rail’s) outputs and funding in control period 6 (CP6, which will run from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2024). P
Date published: 10 December 2015 Closing date: 4 March 2016 This consultation looked at the way in which Network Rail charges train operators for use of its network. These charges affect decisions made by operators, Network Rail and funders. This was the first consultation as part of a comprehensive review of Network Rail’s structure of charges for Control Period 6, (CP6) - (2019-2024) and beyond
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