Crossrail Limited (CRL) is committed to following the Government’s Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency, and will proactively publish information concerning the Crossrail project on this website and/or Transport for London (TfL) website.
We will make all the data available in a format that allows its re-use, including for commercial and research activities. Where any copyright concerns exist with this data we will make this clear.
We will only publish personal information if disclosure would not contravene the Data Protection Act, and disclosure is necessary to meet a legitimate public interest. By being open and accountable we will enable our stakeholders to hold CRL to account, and deliver better value for money.
In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) we maintain a Publication Scheme which details the information already available in the public domain. Requests for information from Crossrail Ltd (CRL) are handled by Transport for London (TfL).
Information held by CRL which is proactively published is shown in the Crossrail Publication Scheme.
Inventory of Public Data
The inventory of publicly available data set out below is in accordance with the Code of Practice. This list will be updated as information becomes available and in response to demand.
Information on the aims of CRL and how the Company is run:
- Role of Crossrail Ltd
- Leadership Team
- Crossrail top-level organisation chart 2020
- Sponsors and Partners
Finance and Performance
Annual Reports and Financial Statements
These are published on the Company Information webpage.
Remuneration of members of the CRL Board and Executive Committee
Details of the remuneration of the Chairman, executive directors, and senior staff are published in TfL's Annual Report.
Remuneration of Senior Staff
Information on the job titles and responsibilities of senior Crossrail Ltd staff:
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2020 (as of 31 March 2020)
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2019 (as of 31 March 2019)
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2018 (as of 31 March 2018)
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2017
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2016
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2015
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2014
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2013
- Job titles and responsibilities of senior staff 2012
The pay multiple (the ratio between the highest-paid taxable earnings and the median earnings figure) for Crossrail Ltd in the financial year 2019/20 was 6.85. The pay multiple for previous years was:
- 2018/19: 7.09
- 2017/18: 11.23
- 2016/17: 19:23
- 2015/16: 16.57
- 2014/15: 19.29
The pay multiple for financial years since 2014/15 is not comparable to previous financial years as the basis on which the multiple was calculated has changed to meet the requirements of the Local Government Transparency Code 2015. The pay multiple (the ratio between the highest-paid salary and the median average salary) for CRL in financial years prior to FY14/15 is as follows:
- 2013/14 - 7.51
- 2012/13 - 7.79
- 2011/12 - 8.14
Gender pay gap reporting
The aim of the gender pay gap report is to be open and transparent about our overall gender pay gap figures in line with mandatory government regulations.
- Crossrail Gender Pay Gap Report, 2019
- Crossrail Gender Pay Gap Report, 2018
- Crossrail Gender Pay Gap Report, 2017
Record of Crossrail Ltd staff expenses and gifts & hospitality
- Crossrail Ltd - Expenses up to end of July 2020
- Crossrail Ltd - Staff Gifts and Hospitality up to end of September 2020
CRL operates a season ticket loan scheme for those staff who are required to use National Rail services to attend their place of work. The company made a loan of £1.9 million to the SS Robin Trust in accordance with a Parliamentary undertaking.
All expenditures over £500 are published. This excludes items in accordance with exemptions available under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2020-21
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2019-20
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2018-19
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2017-18
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2016-17
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2015-16
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2014-15
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2013-14
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2012-13
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2011-12
- CRL payments over £500 FY 2010-11
This information - CRL expenditure over £500 - is also published on the Transport for London (TfL) website.
Fraud Prevention and Detection
CRL takes the risk of fraud very seriously, which is why there is a distinct oversight committee responsible for constantly assessing the risk of fraud to our business and encouraging the adoption of up to date and proportionate fraud prevention measures within our business and across the wider supply chain.
The Crossrail Ltd (CRL) Audit Committee reports twice a year to the Transport for London (TfL) Audit and Assurance Committee. CRL’s fraud statistics are included with TfL and available on their Transparency webpage.
CRL publishes monthly Project Updates which are submitted to the London Assembly Transport Committee.
Details of the CRL Board meetings are maintained by the CRL are available on the Crossrail Board Minutes section of this website.
Appropriate redactions have been applied where necessary in line with FOI requirements.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Crossrail's policies for the construction of the railway were developed prior to and during the Parliamentary stage of the Crossrail Bill and were embodied in Information Papers submitted to Parliament during the progress of the Bill.
Specific CRL policies covering areas such as Procurement, Health and Safety, and Business Continuity are included in the appropriate sections of the website. Other internal procedures are maintained on the Crossrail Management System. They will be considered for disclosure on request.
Carbon Footprint Corporate Statement
Crossrail has a Carbon Footprint Policy Statement which sets out how we intend to reduce our carbon footprint.
Health & Safety and Environment Policy
CRL is committed to implementing all the provisions in the TfL Health, Safety and Environment Policy (HSE). CRL's policy approach to health, safety, and the environment is set out in the Crossrail Programme Health & Safety Policy and the Environmental Policy.
Modern Slavery Statement
CRL has taken action to address the risks of slavery and human trafficking taking place in any part of its supply chain. The Modern Slavery Statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
CRL's related property (conveyancing) searches are now carried out by Transport for London (TfL). For further information or to request a property search please contact the Transport for London Railway searches team.
Procurement Policies and Procedures
CRL is committed to responsible procurement. All policies and procedures that govern procurement and delivery activities can be found in the Economic Sustainability section of this website. The Procurement Policy governs all of CRL's procurement activities. It will be reviewed on an annual basis or as necessary to reflect any relevant policy developments.
Additionally, CRL abides by the Greater London Authority (GLA) Responsible Procurement Policy.
The policy is a high level strategic document setting out the Group’s plans, ambitions and commitments for ensuring continuous improvement in London delivered through all of its procurement activities. The policy has been drafted by the GLA Group Responsible Procurement Forum (RPF), consulted on up to Deputy Mayor level across the Greater London Authority at Director level across the GLA Group, and approved by the Greater London Authority Group Collaborative Procurement Board (CPB).
Records Management and Personal Data Policies
CRL maintains policies on information security, retention of records, disposal and archiving of documents and data protection. CRL’s retention schedule has been written to conform to industry best practice and guidance by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators. Policies whose disclosure would not compromise the security of the company’s information are available on request.
Quality Policy Statement
The programme of work will be completed in accordance with a quality management system that ensures that the Sponsors' and other defined requirements are met through the Quality Policy Statement.
Crossrail recognises that the initial capital cost is only part of the total cost of Crossrail and will be actively considering Whole Life Cost Policy as part of the design and delivery.
The Company is committed to promoting diversity in its workforce. A detailed report is on the Social Sustainability section of this website.
COVID-19 Risk Assessments
Government guidance, published on 11 May 2020, requires all businesses with over 50 employees to publish a COVID-19 risk assessment.
In order to ensure Crossrail staff remain safe, we have carried out a risk assessment for our 1 Westferry Circus office.
Terms and Conditions
You are encouraged to use the information made available on the Crossrail website freely and flexibly with only a few conditions.
These are set out in the Open Government Licence for public sector information
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