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The changing world of
Network Rail
Simon Kirby, Managing Director Infrastructure Projects
Rail remains a growth industry
Passenger Journeys Since 1999-00
No of Passengers
1,400
1,300
1,200
1,100
1,000
900
800
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
Year
Source: ORR, National Rail Trends, 2011
This compares to less than 10% for UK Air and Road over the same period
Record passenger numbers and reduced costs
Controllable OM&R costs vs passenger journeys
1,400
Passenger Journeys
Costs
8,500
8,000
1,300
7,500
7,000
6,500
1,100
6,000
1,000
5,500
5,000
900
4,500
800
4,000
2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11
Source: ORR, National Rail Trends, 2011; and Network Rail, 2011
Costs £m
Journeys
1,200
A fundamentally different company in 2012
• Devolved route business units
aligned with our customers
• National Centre
• A separate projects business
working in collaboration with
our supply chain
Devolution - Getting closer to customers
• Increase our
responsiveness
• Reduce industry costs
• Offer a seamless service
from routes, with support
from the centre
• Maintain network benefits
Train image
National Centre - Milton Keynes
A separate projects business
working in collaboration with our supply chain
Our aims
• Achieve lower unit costs/ greater
innovation
• A more open project market
• Greater / earlier supply chain engagement
and partnering
• Improve workforce safety
• Increase customer focus
• Wider pipeline of work income
Ian Iceton
Head of HR
Steve Featherstone
Programme
Director
Track
•SCO
•NE
•EGIP
•Anglia
•Kent
•Sussex
•Wessex
•Platform Ext
•LNW
•East Mid
•BGP
•Kings Cross
•Crossrail
•Reading
•Western
•Wales
•Electrification
April 2012
Becomes a regionally-based projects delivery
business
More closely aligned Network Rail's route teams,
our main clients/customers
Overall aim is to safely deliver better value-formoney across all renewal and enhancement
infrastructure projects
Summer 2012
Pilot projects will examine the best way to open up
our projects to competition and enable Network
Rail to further develop client capability
April 2013
IP becomes a subsidiary company of Network Rail
able to forge new relationships with other (nonNetwork Rail) clients
September 2013
As a subsidiary, IP will be able to bid alongside the
market for NR project work
The IP Journey: April 2014 (CP5)
The first enhancement and renewal projects are
contested in the open market in a consistent manner
Certain projects remain allocated to Network Rail IP
Innovation and value for money from all deliverers open
to scrutiny by the industry and other stakeholders
creating a better cost benchmark
Collaborative working
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Collaborative working - BS11000
Pipeline
• Workbank visible on internet
• High/ Medium/ Low probability
introduced
• Continuous improvement
– Clearer accountability
– Internal KPI measuring forecast/
actual to be published
– Re-work into regional plans
KPI 12 - So ur cing Pr o ject D eliver y
( 13 r o lling p er io d s)
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
KPI 12a Timing for
ITT &
Contract
Award
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Period 4
Period 5
Period 6
Period 7
Period 8
Period 9
Period 10
Period 11 Period 12 Period 13
Aligned objectives drive innovation
Westbury Lane
Overall satisfaction
Satisfaction continues to improve; the proportion who are dissatisfied is now below the
benchmark target of 15%
Mean score
3.81
3.60
3.11
Taking into account all of your experiences with Network Rail over the past 12 months as a whole, how satisfied or dissatisfied
are you with Network Rail?
© Ipsos MORI
* = No. of respondent answers. Base for 2010= 64 respondents, 2011 = 72 respondents, 2012 = 70 respondents.
Mean score calculated from 1-5 where 1 = very dissatisfied and 5 = very satisfied
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Building on strong delivery
Project performance is on plan
550
500
450
400
350
300
250
200
Prior Pds
Current Pd
Q4
Q1
Q2
2011/12
Q3
Q4
Q1
Q2
2012/13
Q3
Q4
2013/14
Future
Jan 09 -
Q2 2012
Years
Sep-11
-
Cum Act/F.c
265
310
342
364
381
407
419
430
452
478
496
543
Cum Baseline
242
304
338
363
379
403
417
423
436
481
498
543
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CP5
New King’s Cross Western Concourse opened 18th March
King’s Cross
King’s Cross
Blackfriars – PV cells
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Integrated Ticket Hall – Concourse
Key Output 1 achieved, 10th December 2011
Waverley - West side Glazing view from
below
Good progress on FTN/GSM-R
FTN Construction
98.4% Complete
14,591 Km
GSM-R Construction
90.4% Complete
2934 sites
NW Cornor
Reading Station Area Redevelopment
Hitchin
Three Bridges ROC (Rail Operating Centre) in Sussex
Salisbury to Exeter old and new signalling
The changing world of
Network Rail
Simon Kirby, Managing Director Infrastructure Projects