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Transport and Works Act

The Transport and Works Act Orders Unit (TWAOU) in DfT processes, and issues decisions on, applications under the Transport and Works Act 1992 for powers to construct and operate railways, tramways and other guided transport systems, and works which interfere with navigation rights.

This site provides links to copies of TWA decision letters and inspectors' reports; guidance on the procedures, including good practice tips for applicants; data relating to casework performance; and earlier consultation papers on improvements to the TWA process.

If you have a query in regard to the procedures for a particular TWA application which you have an interest in, please raise it in the first instance with the relevant case officer, whose contact details are provided to all those who make representations on an application.

If you do not know who the case officer is, or if you have any general enquiries about, or any comments to make on, the TWA process (including any suggestions for improving the process), please address them to:

TWA Orders Unit
Department for Transport
Zone 1/31 Great Minster House
76 Marsham Street
London SW1P 4DR

Tel:  020 7944 4929/2474/3196
E-mail: transportandworksact@dft.gsi.gov.uk
 
Complaints:  If you have a complaint to make about the way an application  is being handled, you are advised to raise this in the first instance with the relevant case officer, either by 'phone, e-mail or letter. If you are not satisfied with the response you get, and wish to take this further, please refer to the complaints section on this web site at www.dft.gov.uk/about/complaints, which explains the options available to you.

If you wish to challenge a decision made by the Secretary of State on an application for a TWA Order, please refer to the guidance given on pages 29 and 30 of 'Transport and Works Act orders - a brief guide', which you can access by following the link below to 'Guidance on TWA procedures'. Guidance on how decisions can be challenged in the courts is also given in a note which accompanies all TWA decision letters.

Performance data on TWA applications

A list of all orders handled by the Department under the Transport and Works Act 1992.

Published:
03 November 2010

Decision letters

Decision letters on TWA order applications.


Inspectors' reports

Inspectors' reports and recommendations.


Guidance on TWA procedures

Guidance on procedures for obtaining TWA Orders.


Archived content

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