Railway Stations: Access:Written question - HL3712

Q
Asked on: 30 November 2016
Department for Transport
Railway Stations: Access
Lords
To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon on 23 November (HL3151), which stations were affected by Network Rail's decision to defer works on the Access for All programme from Control Period 5 to Control Period 6.
A
Answered on: 13 December 2016

We are committed to delivering the Access for All programme in full and 25 projects have already completed in Control Period 5. In addition, construction will continue at the following stations as planned:

Alexandra Palace

Hebden Bridge

Taffs Well

Bexley

Kidsgrove

Teddington

Blackhorse Road

Kilmarnock

Torquay

Brondesbury

Kilwinning

Totnes

Burnham

Lichfield Trent Valley

Tottenham Hale

Canterbury East

Manningtree

Treherbert

Carshalton

Meols

Tring

Cheltenham Spa

Mills Hill

Virginia Water

Coulsdon South

Palmers Green

Warwick

Crawley

Plumstead

West Hampstead

Ewell West

Scunthorpe

Westerton

Finsbury Park

Selhurst

Whitton

Hamilton Central

Shortlands

Headingley

Stechford

The following stations will continue to be developed in Control Period 5 and constructed in Control Period 6.

Alfreton Parkway

Liverpool Central

Southend East

Barnes

Llanelli

St Mary Cray

Barry Town

Luton

Streatham

Battersea Park

Market Harborough

Theale

Cathays

Northallerton

Trefforest

Chatham

Peckham Rye

Walton-on-Thames

Garforth

Petts Wood

Weston-Super-Mare

Grays

Queens Park

Worcester Shrub Hill

Hither Green

Seven Sisters

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