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Oscar Faber, Picketts Lock Station Feasibility Study & Feasibility Report

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Dear Crossrail 2 Ltd,

Please provide:
The Station Feasibility Study and Feasibility Report, Detailed Rail Issues Technical Working Paper for Picketts Lock Station and supporting documents. These were likely produced by Oscar Faber in 2001. They are referenced in the correspondance at the Scribd link below:

https://www.scribd.com/document/46988995...

Picketts Lock Station would serve the Lee Valley Athletic Centre and avoid Crossrail 2 by-passing Lower Edmonton and the N9 postcode that is home to over 60,000 people, many of whom will struggle to reach Ponders End or Meridian Water. An area where tens of thousands of new homes and a new town centre at Edmonton Green are proposed. The gap between Ponders End and Meridian Water is 2.3 miles, which is around double the distance between any other overground Crossrail 2 station proposed within London.

Yours faithfully,

Philip Ridley

Crossrail2, Crossrail 2 Ltd

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Dear Crossrail 2 Ltd,

Do your require an amended deadline?

Yours faithfully,

Philip Ridley

Crossrail2, Crossrail 2 Ltd

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FOI, Crossrail 2 Ltd

Dear Mr Ridley,

As explained in my email to you of 11 August, we are dealing with your internal review request regarding your request for this document and a response will be issued by 8 September.

Yours sincerely

Lee Hill
Information Access Manager

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Dear FOI,

I do not recall a 11th August email, please only correspond with me in this place so that I can keep on top of the correspondance.

Yours sincerely,

Philip Ridley

Dear FOI,

It is very sad that Crossrail 2 has been fobbing off the local people of Edmonton for years now, rejecting the clear case for a station at Picketts Lock. The N9 postcode would be served by it, most of which is not walking distance from Ponders End or Meridian Water, this location has almost 70,000 residents, contains one of London's largest athletic centres, lots of industrial land and residential areas that are ripe for regeneration. The surrounding areas have some of the lowest PTAL of all of Enfield but Crossrail 2 would run straight through it.

The gap between Ponders End and Meridian Water is around 2 miles, twice the length between any other Crossrail 2 overground station proposed. This could be a good news story, bringing a new station to one of London's most deprived locations. The station would boost the overall business case. There is no reason to keep obfuscating over this obvious enhancement to the scheme and no reason why Crossrail 2 cannot have a business case analysis done. We are seeking a station with access onto Picketts Lock Lane or Godwin Road to the west and onto the A1055 to the east. Ideally a double ended station with a further access onto Charlton Road that would provide perfect access to the athletic centre. The station would also provide walking and cycling routes over the railway between Edmonton and the Lee Valley Regional Park, what is there not to like?

Yours sincerely,

Philip Ridley

FOI, Crossrail 2 Ltd

Dear Mr Ridley,

IRV-018-2021

I am writing to you in connection with your request for an internal review into the response you were issued with under case ref FOI-0665-2021.

You asked for a copy of a Picketts Lock Station Feasibility Study & Feasibility Report and you were advised that TfL did not hold the information requested. You have appealed this response as you believe TfL do hold a copy of this report and so the internal review has looked into this matter in more detail.

We note that you have stated that the reports in question were produced in around 2001. It could have been the case that an historic TfL email account may have received a copy of the information at the time of its production but our email retention period is seven years and so we would not have access to emails that may have been shared at that time in order to conduct a comprehensive search of all email accounts TfL has ever had over the past 20 years. As we have been unable to locate the requested documentation within our current systems we have gone on to conduct several in-depth searches of our Corporate Archives as part of this review. Our archived records extend to the full extent of the organisation's history.

Specifically, we searched on the following: "Pickett's Lock", "Picket*" (Asterix means search looks for picket, pickett, pickets etc), "Oscar Faber", "World Athletic Bid", "World Athletic", "Lee Valley". However we can confirm that the results of these searches did not locate or identify the documents you require.

Given the exhaustive searches that have been conducted across both current and archived records we consider that on the balance of probabilities it is accurate to state that TfL do not hold the information you have requested and so on this occasion your appeal has not been upheld.

If you are dissatisfied with the internal review actions to date please do not hesitate to contact me or alternately you can refer the matter to the independent authority responsible for enforcing the Freedom of Information Act, at the following address:

Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF

A complaint form is also available on the ICO’s website (www.ico.org.uk).

Yours sincerely

Lee Hill
Information Access Manager
FOI Case Management Team
Transport for London
[email address]

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Dear Crossrail 2 Ltd,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Crossrail 2 Ltd's handling of my FOI request 'Oscar Faber, Picketts Lock Station Feasibility Study & Feasibility Report'.

The following documents that I am requesting, referenced in the documents stated have not been searched for and listed below:

- Draft and Final Transport Assessment
- Draft and Final Transport Strategy Report
- Draft and Final Rail Strategy
- Preferred transport strategy
- Rail Issues Paper
- Rail Issues Technical Working Paper

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/o...

Yours faithfully,

Philip Ridley

Crossrail2, Crossrail 2 Ltd

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you visit our online interactive map. A step-by-step guide is provided
below. Should your email require a response, we aim to respond as soon as
possible.  We will still aim to respond to planning application
consultations within 21 days.

 

Further details about proposals for Crossrail 2 can be viewed at
[1]www.crossrail2.co.uk

 

Kind regards
Crossrail 2 | Consultation and Engagement Team

 

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3. Click the on icon titled Click here to view our 2015 interactive map

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latest Crossrail 2 alignment and worksites

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differ from those safeguarded, as a result of further design development
and public consultation feedback. To view the safeguarded area, click on
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surface interest” and “safeguarding limits” layers

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Crossrail2, Crossrail 2 Ltd

Dear Mr Ridley,

Your Freedom of Information (FOI) request has been forwarded to the colleagues in Transport for London's FOI team. I understand that you have received a reply from them on this matter.

Crossrail 2
Transport for London
7th Floor Victoria Station House, London SW1E 5NE

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Dear Crossrail2,

Sports England have found two documents that I requested, so I am posting them here now so that you do have them in your archives now. I will separately forward them to Crossrail 2.

These are Lea Valley Stadium Transportation Assessment Presentation of Draft Transport Strategy and Rail Issues Non Technical Executive Summary. The latter states that a feasibility study was carried out for a station at Picketts Lock, 1995 that was then being updated for the World Athletics Bid with one option for the existing two tracks and another for a four track alignment similar to Crossrail.

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/t...

Hopefully this is enough for Crossrail 2 to produce a feasibility study for a station at Picketts Lock in partnership with Enfield Council and the Lee Valley Regional Park.

Yours sincerely,

Philip Ridley

Crossrail2, Crossrail 2 Ltd

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possible.  We will still aim to respond to planning application
consultations within 21 days.

 

Further details about proposals for Crossrail 2 can be viewed at
[1]www.crossrail2.co.uk

 

Kind regards
Crossrail 2 | Consultation and Engagement Team

 

Email: [2][Crossrail 2 Ltd request email]

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Is my property affected by Crossrail 2? A step-by-step guide to the
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clicking on the Route button on the menu bar at the top of the page

2. Scroll down on The Route page and click on the Route maps box to view
and download maps of the proposed Crossrail 2 route

3. Click the on icon titled Click here to view our 2015 interactive map

4. Enter the property address in the search box at the top left-hand
corner and press enter to see where the property is in relation to our
latest Crossrail 2 alignment and worksites

5. In some instances, the latest Crossrail 2 alignment and worksites
differ from those safeguarded, as a result of further design development
and public consultation feedback. To view the safeguarded area, click on
the layers list button below the search box and apply the “areas of
surface interest” and “safeguarding limits” layers

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Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywPhilip Ridley mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.