SLC Property is advising Northumberland County Council (NCC) on land assembly, planning and environmental matters relating to the reopening of a former rail passenger service line between Ashington and Newcastle.
SLC Property provides assistance with complex property, consenting and environmental issues, specialising in rail infrastructure matters. We respect the confidentiality of our clients and are grateful for permission to publish these case studies.
SLC Property is supporting the delivery of a new sustainable transport hub and 90,000m2 of commercial space. Located only seven minutes from Cardiff Central the new promises to drastically reduce journey times to both cities, as well as improving connectivity to other areas of the country and the wider UK.
SLC Property has prepared, submitted and managed the determination of the various applications for planning permission, listed building consent and other related consents to facilitate the delivery of the Coventry masterplan.
SLC Property developed the financial and business economic case for a new station in Kenilworth, winning the support of train operators, securing funding and managing the design, delivery and property requirements right through to its opening.
SLC Property supported the creation of a new strategic parkway station and regional Interchange for Worcestershire providing improved access to Great Western Railway Services to London and the Thames Valley and Cross-Country Services to the South West, South Wales, and North-West and North East England.
SLC Property worked with Leicester City Council, East Midlands Trains and Network Rail to develop a masterplan for Leicester Station and surrounding area to drive the transformation of a key infrastructure asset.
SLC Property completed the ‘Station Change’ process on behalf of ScotRail for a series of station redevelopments across their portfolio, including Notifiable Change Proposals, Amending Agreements and Implementation Notices.
SLC Property was instructed by the City of Bradford Council to prepare a Land & Consents Strategy to support a business case for a new entrance at Bradford Interchange Station. The purpose of the business case was to secure funding through the Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) from the Department for Transport (DfT).
SLC Property coordinated and negotiated with landowners for the improvement of a highway link to reopen an existing bridge over the A444 to two-way traffic, delivering additional highway capacity and improved connectivity between West Nuneaton and Griff Roundabout.