- (Access and Management) Regulations 2005
The Railway Infrastructure (Access and Management) Regulations 2005
The Railways Infrastructure (Access and Management) Regulations 2005 open up access at previously exempt facilities under The Railways Act 1993 as amended (the Act), such as those at ports and terminals and other freight depots and networks.
The Regulations allow for, amongst other things, a right of appeal to ORR for any applicant that thinks it has been wrongly denied access to a facility or service or that the terms for obtaining access are unreasonable or discriminatory. Appeals can also be brought against an infrastructure manager’s charging system, or charging matters associated with access to unregulated facilities or services.
For further information on our approach to dealing with appeals under the Regulations, please refer to our Guidance on Appeals under the Railways Infrastructure (Access and Management Regulations 2005) ( PDF 197 Kb).
Recent appeals under the Regulations are also available:
Last updated: 19 January 2012