The rail sector can be enormously complex and confusing for those who don’t operate in it day-to-day.

As well as the specialisms involved in understanding the different engineering fields involved – electrical traction and power, mechanical and rolling stock, civil/infrastructure and signalling – there are also the operational and safety elements to consider.

Then, there is the structure of the British rail network – with governmental bodies such as the Department for Transport, Transport Scotland and Transport for London, through the regulator at the Office of Rail and Road, to Network Rail and the Train and Freight Operating Companies.

If you are a developer promoting a new station, or a new freight terminal, or you are in some way affected by the railway, then we can help – and if we can’t, the chances are we will know somebody that can.

Contact Us to find out more.