The Euston Partnership
The Euston Partnership was established to better integrate the three major projects at Euston: HS2’s construction of the central London terminus and improved onward connections, Network Rail’s redevelopment of the mainline station and the wider development of the urban environment managed by the Master Development Partner, Lendlease.
High Speed Two Ltd
HS2 Ltd is accountable for the delivery of the countrywide High Speed 2 programme on behalf of Central Government. They will deliver the new high speed station, alongside improvements to Euston and Euston Square tube stations. HS2 is currently overseeing the delivery of pre-construction works in the area to prepare for the future.
London Borough of Camden
Camden Council is the local planning authority and is responsible for the long-term strategic planning of the area. The Council has a crucial role in deciding what is built at Euston and will consider plans for development at Euston against its planning policies and frameworks - most notably the Euston Area Plan which is currently being updated.Visit website
Transport for London
Transport for London is the integrated transport authority responsible for meeting Mayor Sadiq Khan's strategy and commitments on transport in London. It runs the day-to-day operation of the capital's public transport network and manages London's main roads. TfL is guided by the Mayor's Transport Strategy and its target that 80% of all journeys will be made on foot, by cycle or using public transport by 2041. It uses technology and data to make journeys easier. Oyster and contactless payment cards and information in different formats helps people move around London. Live travel information is provided directly by TfL and through third party organisations which use the data TfL makes available to power apps and other services.Visit website
Department for Transport
DfT works with agencies and partners to support the transport network that helps the UK’s businesses and gets people and goods travelling around the country. It plans and invests in transport infrastructure to keep the UK on the move. DfT is responsible for providing policy, guidance, and funding to English local authorities to help them run and maintain their road networks, improve passenger and freight travel, and develop new major transport schemes across all modes of transport.Visit website
Lendlease is an international construction, property and infrastructure company, and is the government's Master Development Partner for Euston. This means Lendlease is responsible for developing a masterplan for the area above and around the stations, including a comprehensive community consultation programme, ahead of submission of a planning application in 2023.Visit website
Network Rail owns, operates and develops Britain's conventional railway infrastructure, including Euston station. Network Rail will work with Lendlease and HS2 to ensure the integration of the existing Euston station and mainline rail network requirements. They are also working with HS2 and current train operating companies to ensure services continue to run during HS2 construction works.Visit website
West Coast Partnership
The West Coast Partnership is a joint venture between FirstGroup and Trenitalia which began in December 2019. The franchise comprises two distinct parts – Avanti West Coast that runs the current services on the West Coast Main Line, and West Coast Partnership Development (WCPD).
WCPD is often referred to as the Shadow Operator, or ShOp, and is working with HS2 and the Department for Transport to design, develop and mobilise high-speed operations. The West Coast Partnership Development team and Avanti West Coast will become increasingly integrated as time goes on so that we’re aligned on our customer and community engagement.
Greater London Authority
The Greater London Authority (GLA), known colloquially as City Hall, is the devolved regional governance body of the London region, which consists of the City of London and the ceremonial country of Greater London. It consists of two political branches: the executive Mayorality (currently led by Sadiq Khan) and the 25-member London Assembly, which serves as a means of checks and balances on the former. It is a strategic regional authority, with powers over transport, policing, economic development and fire and emergency planning. Three functional bodies – Transport for London, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, and the London Fire Commissioner – are responsible for delivery of services in these areas.Visit website
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