Norton Bridge Network Rail 2011-2012 EIA and specialist topics, ES, design development, consultation, carbon modelling, sustainability appraisal, CEEQUAL assessment. This scheme was part of the £270m Stafford Area Improvement Programme and was deemed a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) and required a Development Consent Order one of the first of its type. The scheme comprised a new grade separated railway junction on the West Coast Main Line north of Stafford, with associated highway improvements, major gas and oil pipeline diversions, deep cuttings, multiple bridge construction and watercourse diversions. Working alongside Network Rail and Atkins,Temple identified some £18m of savings as a result of environment re-design and secured one of the highest CEEQUAL ratings for a major project. The Elizabeth Line (Crossrail 1) BAM-Ferrovial-Kier (BFK)/Costain 2011-Ongoing Air and noise monitoring, environmental consenting, environmental management. The Elizabeth Line will drive significant regeneration along the route and support the delivery of >57,000 new houses. Farringdon will become one of the biggest transport interchanges in Britain with 140 trains per hour. Temple are supporting Tier 1 contractors at Farringdon running tunnels, Paddington NewYard, Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road Stations.The nature of the work and the close proximity of sensitive receptors has made the work challenging.Temple worked closely with key stakeholders and many innovative mitigation methods were deployed alongside real time processing and communication protocols to ensure potential noise and air quality impacts were mitigated effectively. LOCIP Transport for London 2012-2016 Environmental assessment and management, town planning, ecology, noise, air quality, invasive species, contaminated land, CEM, GIS. The award-winning £320m LOCIP scheme successfully delivered 5-car trains on the East London Line in November 2014 and North London Line in May 2015. The Project utilised innovative engineering techniques and exceptional project management to increase the capacity by 25% within just 20 months from TfL Board Approval. Temple was the Environmental Advisor on the LOCIP, providing advice on all environmental impacts and opportunities, planning strategy and helped to ensure that sustainability was prioritised throughout the project and the delivery of consent conditions/assurances were met as relevant. Michelle Wishart Network Rail (Temple’s) help and dedication has gone above and beyond and is greatly appreciated! BAM Ferrovial Kier Joint Venture … they added value by being very reliable. Temple has worked on the LOCIP project from the outset and over this time have performed excellently across all aspects of the environmental and sustainability remit. John Ryan LOCIP