Crossrail

Bid support/station commercialisation/estate management

Amey TPT undertook commercialisation work in conjunction with Crossrail in 2007. We are now appointed by Transport for London to manage their station commercial interests on the eastern section of the Crossrail route.

BUSINESS OBJECTIVES:

To optimise the financial contribution to be generated from secondary revenues on the route and prepare the business case input to be put to HMG for the scheme.

To plan commercialisation activities at Crossrail stations such that operations and passenger satisfaction are maximised

 

SCOPE OF ASSIGNMENT:

To assess the full commercial potential of the underground and overground facilities and benchmark against Network Rail and BAA including retail catering, advertising, telecoms, ambient, on-train, stations and structures

Advise architects and engineers on the designs of new stations to improve revenue generating potential and create new opportunities

To evaluate the opportunity cost of utilising ground floor space for oversite developments vs station trading

To specify common design items and ensure consistency in the offer across multiple owners and operators of stations along the Crossrail route

TECHNICAL INPUT:

Business planning and business case preparation

Financial modelling and scenario building.

Commercialisation design and optioneering

Presentation preparation and delivery

Research and benchmarking

Estate management law and principles

Station operating processes and safety/security guidelines

DELIVERABLES AND OUTPUTS:

Benchmark and 6 monthly updates on all revenue streams cross referenced by station, source of revenue and fully risk profiled

30 year concession forecast revenues and NPVs

Report on comparable transport facilities, revenue performance and relevant metrics

Specification of areas and space required for commercial facilities

Participation in design reviews and consultation on operations