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APPENDIX C2

Construction Methodology
Statement
Construction & Delivery Statement

DIRFT III

October 2012
DIRFT III : Construction Methodology Statement

Contents

1.0 Introduction 1

2.0 Programme of Works 2


Timetable 2

3.0 Description of Works 5


Earthworks and cut-and-fill 5
Demolition and site clearance 5
Construction of rail and rail bridges 6
Construction of roads, sewers and services (transport and utilities
infrastructure) 7
M1 boundary works 7
General construction works 8

4.0 Site Logistics 9

5.0 Environmental Mitigation Measures 11


Construction Environmental Management Plan 11
Waste management and minimisation 12
Traffic and access management 13
Control of noise, vibration and dust 13
Pollution Control 13
Considerate Constructor Scheme 14
Communication Strategy 14

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1.0 Introduction

1.1 The Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment)


Regulations 2009 (as amended in 2012) require that both the permanent
and also temporary environmental effects of a development are
assessed. To assist in identifying the effects arising during the
construction phase, this statement establishes the key construction
parameters that will be used to bring forward the construction of the
scheme.
1.2 At this stage of carrying out the EIA, a contractor has not yet been
appointed to undertake the construction works. However, the
information and parameters within this document will form part of any
tender documentation issued and the appointed contractor will be
required to comply with the outline methodology described, as well as in
any relevant requirements of the Development Consent Order (DCO).
1.3 This statement describes the anticipated programme of demolition and
construction works and the key activities that will be undertaken on the
site in relation to the development.
1.4 The broad principles of a framework site wide Construction
Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) are identified in Section 5.0 of
this report. As part of the tendering process the main contractors will be
required to submit a statement demonstrating how they will comply with
the CEMP and, after appointment, provide detailed documentation to
demonstrate this compliance.

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2.0 Programme of Works

Timetable
2.1 Given the scale of the proposed development, it is the current
expectation that the construction will take approximately 17 years.
Whilst the construction work is likely to be broadly continuous, with for
example elements of earthworks, landscaping and infrastructure
provision overlapping, for the purposes of assessment it has been
divided into four broad phases of development. It is anticipated that
Phase 1 will commence in 2014.
2.2 The phasing plans for the proposals are provided at Appendix 1 to this
document.
2.3 Each phase will consist of infrastructure works to prepare the land prior
to built development being commenced. A broad timetable for all four
phases is identified in Table 2.1 below.
Table 2.1 Sequence of works for the development

Phase Date Detail


1 2014- Infrastructure works
2016 See below for further details
2015- Development
2016 Up to 100,000 sqm of storage, distribution and industrial
units with ancillary office accommodation.
2 2016 Infrastructure works
See below for further details
2016- Development
2019 Up to 120,000 sqm of storage, distribution and industrial
units with ancillary office accommodation.
3 2019- Infrastructure works
2022 See below for further details
2019- Development
2026 Up to 300,000 sqm of storage, distribution and industrial
units with ancillary office accommodation.
4 2025- Infrastructure works
2026 See below for further details
2026- Development
2031 Balance of storage, distribution and industrial units with
ancillary office accommodation.

Phase 1 Works
1 Ecological and archaeological investigations

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2 Earthworks
3 Ground investigations
4 Ecological licensing trapping and translocation
5 Offsite electricity supply and primary sub-station
6 Demolition of masts, farm houses and B Station
7 Decommissioning of existing telecoms infrastructure and other
services
8 Lilbourne Meadows earthworks (Stages 1 and 2) and associated
landscaping and habitat creation
9 Landscaping including A5 and M1 boundaries landscaping
10 Roads
11 Sewers and services both on and off site
12 Access roads and haul routes
13 Phase 1 rail works (extension of single line branch across the A5,
commencement of Phase 1 intermodal sidings).
14 Phase 1 rail bridges: new bridge crossing the A5, new bridge
crossing internal road, 3 nos. bridleway bridges.
15 Rail control building
16 Path diversions

Phase 2 Works
1 Earthworks and associated archaeological investigations to include
excavation in other zones that have been cleared of ecology to
secure fill material
2 Roads, sewers and services, access roads and haul routes
(including new roundabout on the A5 to provide access to DIRFT
III)
3 Lorry Park (first phase)
4 Completion of Phase 1 rail works (Rail hub building 4 nos.
intermodal sidings, warehouse sidings as required and first gantry
cranes)
5 DIRFT III Terminal access
6 Move rail operations to new terminal
7 Existing Railport removed once Phase 2 of rail works is completed
and rail operations moved to new terminal
8 Landscaping works
9 High pressure gas pipe diversion

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Phase 3 Works
1 Landscape works
2 Earthworks and associated archaeological investigations to include
excavation in building zones F & G to secure fill material for Stage
2 built area
3 High pressure gas pipe diversion if not carried out in Stage 2
4 Roads, sewers and services
5 Lorry Park (second phase)

Phase 4 Works
1 Phase 3 rail works (twin track from reception sidings to DIRFT III
including reconstruction of A5 box to accommodate twin tracks and
new viaduct or embankment adjacent to DIRFT II if necessary)
2 A428 bridge and A5 bridge twin tracking works if required
3 Landscape works
4 Earthworks and associated archaeological investigations
5 Completion of M1 boundary works
6 Roads, sewers and services

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3.0 Description of Works

3.1 The following provides a broad description of the likely nature of


activities for the different workstreams included in the construction of
DIRFT III.

Earthworks and cut-and-fill


3.2 Firstly, ecological habitat creation works will be undertaken to provide an
appropriate environment for newts. Amphibian fencing will be erected,
and the newts collected and translocated to the new habitat. When the
area is cleared haulage routes will be determined, established and
maintained as far as possible to minimise reversing. Fencing will be
positioned to create safeworking zones as well as to provide an on-
going protection for amphibians. Other areas that are outside the works
will be fenced. On site haul roads and bridges will be constructed at
agreed locations.
3.3 The areas to be excavated will be set out by the Contractor. After
confirmation that the site is clear of protected species, remaining masts
and other buildings will be demolished and services will be
decommissioned. Topsoil will be then stripped and taken to stockpile for
re-use on the development or direct to the Lilbourne Meadows ridge.
Material will be excavated using excavators bulldozers, scraper boxes
and where appropriate loaded onto dumper trucks to areas of fill.
3.4 Fill material will be compacted in accordance with an appropriate
earthworks compaction plan to achieve primary earthworks plateau
levels.
3.5 Whilst the cut and fill is planned to achieve a balance, if there were to be
any surplus excavated material, disposal would be carried out by
appropriately licensed contractors to disposal sites licensed to accept
material of the quality excavated.
3.6 Table 3.1 below shows the anticipated overall volumes of cut and fill.
Table 3.1 Anticipated earthworks volumes

Topsoil Topsoil fill (m) as landscaped Structural Structural


cut (m) ridge or re-used in landscaped cut (m) fill (m)
areas
686,000 686,000 3,024,000 3,024,000

Demolition and site clearance


3.7 During site preparation, appropriate security fencing will be erected in
order to maintain site security and safety around the construction areas.

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The fencing will be maintained throughout the construction of the works


in question to ensure safety of the public and visitors.
3.8 Demolition will be carried out in accordance with relevant legislation
current at the time of the demolition, and with standard industry
procedures.
3.9 Existing services on the site will be surveyed, tested and diverted or cut
off as appropriate. Key and retained services will be temporarily
protected and weather proofed to ensure a safe clearance process.
3.10 Prior to demolition of any buildings, internal soft furnishing will be
stripped and removed. An intrusive inspection will also be undertaken to
identify the presence of any potential hazardous materials, including
asbestos. If found present, these will be removed from the site and
disposed of by appropriately licensed contractors following prescribed
health and safety procedures.
3.11 Throughout the demolition process, materials will be carefully selected
and sorted for re-use, recycling or sensitive disposal. It is anticipated,
subject to approval by relevant authorities, that some materials can be
retained on site and crushed to provide recycled materials.
3.12 Table 3.2 provides an indication of the major types of materials likely to
arise from demolition.
Table 3.2 Indicative materials arising from demolition

Material Material sources


Concrete Superstructures, floor slabs, retained walls
Brick External and internal walls
Glass Windows
Metal components Windows, plant, superstructures
Timber and plasterboard Partitions and ceilings
Hardstanding, tarmac Internal pathways, car parks
Earth spoil Excavation
Steel Radio masts

Construction of rail and rail bridges


3.13 A rail bridge will be constructed over the route of A5 to form part of the
new railway infrastructure.
3.14 The rail link will connect to the existing rail link at the northern end of
DIRFT II, before passing over the A5 via the new bridge and descending
into the new rail terminal at the heart of the DIRFT III site. Here the
railway will fan out to provide eight new rail sidings flanked by container
stacks and HGV roads. Rail mounted gantry crane rails will be installed
within the terminal and the gantry cranes will also be assembled on site.

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3.15 A rail control building will also be constructed, to include a control room,
estate management offices, meeting rooms and other welfare facilities.
3.16 One rail bridge crossing an internal road and 3 nos. bridleway bridges
will also be built.
3.17 The rail infrastructure will be delivered during Phases 1, 2 and 4 of the
assumed construction programme to match demand.
3.18 Phase 1 comprises extension of a single line branch across the A5,
construction of Phase 1 intermodal sidings, locomotive stabling and
servicing facilities, a new bridge crossing the A5, a new bridge crossing
an internal road and 3 nos. bridleway bridges.
3.19 Phase 2 comprises 4 nos. intermodal sidings and 2 nos. warehouse
sidings.
3.20 No rail works are anticipated during Phase 3 of the construction
programme.
3.21 Phase 4 includes twin tracking from the DIRFT II reception sidings,
including the reconstruction of the A5 box to accommodate twin tracks,
twin track works to the A428 and A5 bridges and a new viaduct adjacent
to DIRFT II.

Construction of roads, sewers and services (transport


and utilities infrastructure)
3.22 A network of internal access roads will facilitate access within the site
and serve each building, linking to individual service yards and car
parking.
3.23 The scheme includes the creation of a network of footpaths and
cycleways connecting to the surrounding area.
3.24 The roads will be built to appropriate standards. The roads will be
constructed by approved contractors who will be required to follow best
practice guidelines and ensure that road users both within and external
to the Site are not unduly affected by the construction process.
3.25 During construction a number of access and haul roads will be
established to support each stage of delivery.

M1 boundary works
3.26 The development includes the lowering of site levels by up to 20m in the
vicinity of the M1 boundary. Material will be excavated from parts of the
site near the boundary and cutting slopes constructed to the existing site
boundary. The cutting slopes and retaining walls will be designed to
ensure stability of the M1 to Highways Agency standards.

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3.27 There is also a proposed localised diversion of a bridleway to run along


the boundary of the DIRFT site and the M1.

General construction works


Warehouses
3.28 Distribution warehouse units will be built as stand alone units or linked to
the new intermodal sidings and railway sidings. Each unit will have a
loading dock and service yard.

Lorry Park
3.29 The Lorry Park will provide spaces for over 300 lorries. It will include a
rest area with showers and toilets.

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4.0 Site Logistics

Plant and equipment


4.1 Consideration has been given to the types of plant and equipment that
are likely to be used during the demolition and construction works. An
indication of typical types of plant and equipment associated with each
key element of the construction process is set out within Table 4.1.
Table 4.1 Indicative plant and equipment used during construction

Construction of roads, sewers


Earthworks and archaeology

Construction of rail and rail

General construction work


Demolition and clearance

Ground investigations &

and services
Landscaping

Utilities

bridges
works
Bulldozers

Lorries / vans

360 degrees excavators

Dumper trucks

Fork lift trucks

Tipper lorries

Crushers

Rollers/ Vibrating plates

Compressors
Diesel/ fuel bowsers

Cranes and hoists

Generator

Welding plant

Rail tampers

Concrete plant

Concrete splitters and saws

Cutters, drills and small tools

Hydraulic benders and cutters

Tarmac laying equipment

Scaffolding and hydraulic


access platforms

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Construction of roads, sewers


Earthworks and archaeology

Construction of rail and rail

General construction work


Demolition and clearance

Ground investigations &

and services
Landscaping

Utilities

bridges
works
Floodlights

Hours of working
4.2 Hours of working are the subject of a requirement. Construction work
(excluding archaeological investigations, landscaping and any non-
intrusive internal fit-outs) shall not take place other than between
7.30am 7.00pm weekdays and 8.00am 1.00pm on Saturdays
(excluding public holidays) unless otherwise agreed in writing by the
relevant local planning authority. Sunday and bank holiday working is
permitted for works which do not cause noise that is audible outside the
boundary of the site.

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5.0 Environmental Mitigation Measures

Construction Environmental Management Plan


5.1 All construction sites have the potential to cause temporary nuisance
and disruption to site users, neighbouring occupants, car users,
pedestrians, local wildlife and other sensitive receptors.
5.2 Each construction contract will include a contract specific Construction
Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) prepared in accordance with
the site wide framework CEMP which would place stringent procedural
performance obligations upon Contractors. A clear management
structure and description of the responsibilities and authority of a
specific Environmental Coordinator would be included with all
agreements. It is anticipated that regular meetings would take place to
review progress and to agree necessary actions. Notwithstanding this, it
is recognised that positive action and reaction by site operatives at the
time of any environmental incident or breach of targets are essential
components for effective environmental management.
5.3 The framework CEMP will include the following headings:
1 Site Description
2 Summary of proposed works
3 Environmental Policy
4 Environmental Management System
- Environmental roles and responsibilities of the Environmental
Coordinator
- Assessment of significant environmental aspects
- Pollution control
- Wheel washing
5 Construction Traffic Routing
6 Waste and Recycling
7 Discharge to Water and Land
- Construction methods
- Construction drainage strategy
8 Noise and Vibration
- Noise
- Maintenance
- Vibration
9 Air Quality
10 Lighting
11 Ecological Management

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- Background
- Features of interest on site
- Applicable legislation, licences and consultation
- Implementation of mitigation works
- General ecological considerations
- Ecological monitoring of effects and control
12 Communication strategy
5.4 Individual Contracts would incorporate appropriate requirements in
respect of environmental control, based largely on the standards of
good working practice outlined in the CEMP in addition to statutory
requirements. Contractors would therefore be required to demonstrate
how they would achieve the provisions of the CEMP, how targets would
be met, and how potential adverse environmental effects would be
minimised.
5.5 Environmental issues would be considered in the procurement of raw
materials and manufactured building components and all such materials
would be appropriately stored on the site to minimise damage by
vehicles, vandals, weather or theft. Pollution control would include the
use of bunded compounds for the storage of tanks and drums of liquid
chemicals and fuels. Packaging materials would be returned, where
possible.

Waste management and minimisation


5.6 Waste would inevitably be generated during all stages of the demolition
and construction works. Major sources of waste within the demolition
and construction process are anticipated to include:
1 Demolition, site clearance and spoil from excavations - concrete,
brick rubble, steel, plastics, wood, soil, etc;
2 Packaging - plastics, pallets, expanded foams etc;
3 Secondary waste materials generated from inaccurate ordering,
poor usage, badly stored materials, poor handling, spillage etc;
and
4 Measures will be taken to avoid contamination run off as set out in
the site specific CEMP.
5.7 A Site Waste Management Plan would be developed by each Contractor
in accordance with prevailing legislation detailing how wastes would be
disposed and managed during the demolition and construction. All
relevant contractors would be required to investigate opportunities to
minimise waste arisings at source and, where such waste generation is
unavoidable, to maximise the recycling and re-use potential of
demolition and construction materials. Wherever feasible, such arisings
would be re-used on the Site.

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5.8 The designation of all waste or other materials removed from the Site
would be notified to the relevant authority by the Contractor/Construction
Manager for approval. Loads would only be deposited at authorised
waste treatment and disposal sites.
5.9 No burning of demolition and construction waste would be undertaken
on site.
5.10 The issue of hazardous waste is addressed in more detail below at
Section 5.18.

Traffic and access management


5.11 All construction traffic entering and leaving the Site would be closely
controlled HGVs making deliveries to the site or removing demolition
material etc, would avoid prohibited routes which would have been
previously agreed with the local Highways Authority and other relevant
bodies.
5.12 Detailed information regarding these issues and measures to minimise
the risk of traffic congestion would be presented in detail through a
Construction Traffic Management Plan that would be compiled by the
Contractor and agreed with the appropriate authority prior to
commencement of site works. Reference should be made to Chapter
D, the Transport Assessment for details.

Control of noise, vibration and dust


5.13 In a project of this scale and nature, it is recognised that noise, vibration
and dust could give rise to local disturbance. These effects are an
inevitable consequence of the demolition works, HGV traffic, ground
excavations, piling works and other heavy construction activities. Site-
specific measures would be covered in the CEMP and therefore be
implemented by contractors to minimise the disturbance to local
residents, businesses and other potentially sensitive receptors.
5.14 With regard to potential dust nuisance, dust control measures would be
implemented to prevent the release of potentially contaminated dust
entering the atmosphere and/or being deposited on nearby receptors.
These would include, where appropriate, the use of water sprayers and
hoarding, dust covers, the restriction of drop heights onto lorries and
appropriate storage locations of dusty materials.
5.15 These issues have been subject to Environmental Impact Assessment
and the findings of these assessments provided in the DIRFT III ES.

Pollution Control
5.16 Prior to demolition and construction, the Contractor would be required to
prepare a safety statement demonstrating how the safety of construction

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workers and the public would be addressed in terms of potentially


harmful substances.
5.17 Measures for the control of construction-derived surface water run-off
would be set out in the CEMP. As such, particular care would be taken
to prevent any release or mobilisation of pollutants, which could pose a
potential risk to receptors such as groundwater.
5.18 Pollution prevention measures would be put in place to isolate
environmentally damaging substances and prevent of their release.
These measures would be agreed in consultation with the Environment
Agency and the relevant utilities provider.
5.19 An Emergency Plan would be implemented, forming part of the CEMP,
outlining procedures to follow in the instance of any accidents involving
spillages. This would involve the provision of on-site equipment for
containing spillages, such as emergency booms and chemicals to soak
up spillages. Should an incident occur, the Environment Agency and
relevant utilities provider would be contacted immediately.
5.20 These issues have been subject to Environmental Impact Assessment
and the findings of these assessments provided in the DIRFT III ES.

Considerate Constructor Scheme


5.21 All contractors working on the development will be required to register
the individual construction contracts with the Considerate Constructors
scheme and will be required to commit to the achievement of the points
under the scheme.

Communication Strategy
5.22 A newsletter would be produced at regular intervals to notify of progress,
anticipated works, potential disruption and supplementary issues of
interest to the local community and businesses.

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Appendix 1 Phasing Plans

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Cloverlea

Pond

Order Limits
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Nortoft Lodge
Farm

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Consented DIRFT II Buildings


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is not directly linked to the
development of buildings and is
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set out in the Rail Operations


Report.
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The Daventry International Rail


Freight Interchange Expansion
(DIRFT III) Order [20...]

Phasing Plan (Key Plan)


Reg. 5(2)(o)/ Document 2.15

Drawing status: Approval


CAD reference: 10127A049
Drawn: BW
Team: JN
Date: 05/2011 (Original)
Scale: 1:5,000@A0

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Project no: Dwg no: Rev:
10127 A049 (KEY) D
This drawing, the works and concepts depicted are copyright of Stephen George & Partners and may not be reproduced or made use of, either directly or indirectly without express written consent. All heights, levels, sizes and dimensions to be checked on site before any work is put to hand.
Ref:

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Notes:

1.22m RH
Pond Ordnance Survey Data:
Pond

A 42 8
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Crown Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.
Licence No: 100020449

EER
Bdy
and
Co Con The stages of development shown on this
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A
drawing are to inform the Environmental

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1.
22
Impact Assessment and illustrate which
m
RH elements of the scheme are likely to be
ESS built together and the anticipated
sequence of construction of the major
Halfway House
elements of earthworks, buildings,

1. 22
(PH)
infrastructure and landscaping. There are

m
S other sections of work that are less

RH
ND
LA significant to the EIA such as ancillary
RK
PA buildings, foul and surface water drainage
Ponds
and the provision of mains services that
are not shown on this phasing drawing.
RH

CUT LINE, PLEASE SEE A049 (SHEET 2)


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on
2m

d
Such elements are still essential and their
1.2

phasing will be planned in detail in the

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development when the precise scope of

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each phase is known.

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Location of sources of fill are indicative.

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Revisions:
Pond

A 428 A BW 30.07.2012
Red line boundary amended; phasing
Nortoft Farm
zones updated to reflect new boundary
Strongs Farm B PS 08.08.2012
Pond
Balancing Pond
A 5 Annotation amendment
WB

M 1 Junction 18
Y A 428 A 428
WA
IC
LT
CE

Cloverlea

Nortoft Lodge
Farm

21

CE
LT
IC
WA
Y

ELDO
RA

N WA
ILP

Y
Pond

OR
Pond

TA
Tank

PP
Zone H

RO
El Sub Sta

AC
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Pond

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El Sub Sta

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Nortoft
Farm

Pond
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Issues Pond
in
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Issues
Pond

Pond

Key:

Order Limits

Existing Buildings

Consented DIRFT II Buildings

Extent of Stage#1A

Extent of Stage#1B

Earthworks as part of Stage#1B

Extent of Stage#2

Extent of Stage#3

Extent of Stage#4

The phasing of rail infrastructure


is not directly linked to the
development of buildings and is