This page contains some of the key documents associated with Resilience in the South West
From the Government:
- Transport Select Committee – Investing in the railway: Seventh Report of Session 2014-15
- Peninsula Rail Task Force’s 3-Point Plan and outline programme
- Peninsula Rail Task Force Rail Stakeholder Update presentation
- Stakeholder workshop, March 6th 2015, presentation
- Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership’s response to the Great Western Franchise consultation
- Greater Connected – Transforming Strategic Connectivity in South West England
- A303 / A358 / A30 Sectional Economic Analysis January 2013 – demonstrates the transport economic efficiency impacts and the wider economic impact by sections if the route were to be improved
- A303 / A358 / A30 Economic Impact Study February 2013 – assesses the economic benefits that would be achieved if the A303 / A30 and the A358 were to be dulled between Amesbury and Honiton
- A303 Corridor Improvement Programme – Outline Economic Case April 2013
- Letter: The Rt. Hon John Hayes MP to Councillor John Hart, Leader of Devon County Council
- Letter: Councillor John Hart, Leader of Devon County Council to The Rt. Hon John Hayes
- The South West Spine Report – this document sets out the case for greater investment across the South West Peninsula railway network. It calls for the urgent need for increase investment to improve network resilience and to meet the needs of the rising number of passengers.
- The South West – Extreme weather resilience: 2012 and early 2013 report – analysis of the wide ranging impact that severe weather has across the South West Peninsula as a whole.
- Cornwall Council’s Cumulative Impact of Severe Weather in Cornwall: Winter 2013 / 2014 report – detailing flooding and coastal damage caused by severe weather, strong winds, large waves, high tides and storm surges.
- Devon County Council’s Extreme Weather Report – underlines the impact extreme weather has on the region’s infrastructure, communities, transport links and local economy.
- Plymouth City Council’s Extreme Weather Report, including the Cabinet Report and appendices: Appendix I, Appendix II, Appendix III part I, part II, and Appendix IV – examines the impact extreme weather has had on Plymouth’s local highway maintenance, transport connections with the rest of the UK, damage to properties and green infrastructure.