RJP is supporting Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) with the implementation of their Passenger Benefits Fund Scheme (PBF). The £15 million PBF scheme is being implemented across railway stations on the Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern networks. The primary objective of the PBF scheme is to provide tangible improvements for passengers. GTR has engaged with rail user groups to identify the improvements the package will fund.

In many locations the proposals potentially affect protected heritage assets, so we worked with specialist advisors BB Heritage Studio. There have been 5 approved listed building consent applications across Rye, Downham Market, Kings Lynn and Brighton Railway Stations. There have also been further full planning applications approved at Downham Market and St Albans Railway Stations, as well as a combined listed building consent and planning application at King’s Lynn Station.