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Working with us
Using our network
Easements, wayleaves and telecoms
Services provided by Network Rail
Managing Risk and value collaboratively
Cable theft prevention
New stations fund
Station Commercial Project Facility (SCPF)
Managing risk and value with us
Charges and rate of return
Suite of contracts
Commercial Directors Forum
Rail Innovation and Development Centres
Supply of works
Route enhancement contacts
Our code of practice tells you what to expect in your dealings with us
We want doing business with us to be easy and so established this code of practice to explain what you can expect in your dealings with us. We’ve split it into 17 parts so you can find what you need faster.
You’ll always find the latest versions of the documents here, so you can rely on them being up-to-date.
If you’ve any feedback on our code of practice, good or bad, please email email@example.com
Contact information: You’ll find the right person to talk to at the end of each document.
What is the stakeholder relations code of practice?Commercial filming on Network Rail propertyRenting a shop at a station managed by Network RailGetting access to stations managed by Network RailDeveloping and purchasing Network Rail landRenting property from Network Rail (excluding retail units at the stations we manage)Supplying works, services or products to Network RailPassenger track access for existing train operatorsPassenger track access for new and potential train operatorsFreight/charter track access for existing train operatorsFreight/charter track access for new or potential train operatorsFreight connection contractsApplying for or extending franchise contractsIntroducing new vehicles or changes to vehiclesAccessing Network Rail standards for contractors and suppliersInvesting in the NetworkThe railway systems code of practice