CPC leads PMO for Lee Valley Rail Programme
Enfield Council has appointed CPC to lead and manage the delivery of Phase 2 of the Lee Valley Rail Programme (LVRP). The project – led by Enfield Council – is part of a £6bn, 25-year London regeneration programme, bringing 10,000 homes and thousands of jobs to Enfield, north London.
LVRP Phase 2 will build on the progress made in earlier phases by delivering additional rail infrastructure to facilitate an increase in train services between the new Meridian Water train station and central London, Stansted, and Cambridge. CPC’s multi-disciplinary team, supported by CPMS, is providing a range of professional services within the Project Management Office including project management, cost and commercial management, project controls, construction management, engineering management, land and consents.
With support from key industry stakeholders such as Greater Anglia, Network Rail, DfT and MHCLG, CPC will work with Enfield Council to take the project through design, Full Business Case (FBC) approval, and construction to implement a new timetable in 2024.
Nicholas Lloyd, CPC Partner said “Delivering the second phase of the Lee Valley Rail Programme will play a vital role in ensuring that this community can thrive both economically and socially through improved connectivity to central London. The team and I am are excited to bring our extensive knowledge and experience of delivering capacity enhancements within the rail industry to unlock thousands of homes and new jobs for Enfield.”
Steve Mole, CPC Managing Partner said: “It’s great to see UK Rail continuing to design & plan for upgrades to its network during the pandemic. We are committed to working in partnership with the Council and all stakeholders to deliver this complex infrastructure programme, improving connectivity for residents and businesses in north London”.