The documents below provide further details on the scheme as well as the applicable locations;
Lane rental scheme order
Lane rental scheme document
Schedule of lane rental locations (Word format)
Schedule of lane rental locations (PDF format)
GIS files in ESRI format
GIS files in TAB format
Maps of the lane rental locations within each borough have been produced as a visual aid.
The purpose of the supplementary guidance document below is to provide clarity on certain areas and questions relating to the TLRS that have arisen since the scheme went live in June 2012.
If you wish to apply for a reduction or waiver in relation to this document, please complete the Apply to waive/reduce/exempt charges form below and return it to PILaneRentalQueries@tfl.gov.uk.
The reports listed below provide information on the impacts of the scheme since it was implemented
A Lane Rental Governance Committee (LRGC) has been established to manage surplus income generated from the Lane Rental scheme by ensuring that expenditure is in accordance with Department for Transport regulations.
The committee is made up of representatives from utility companies and TfL, and meet quarterly to authorise funding requests for individual projects aimed at reducing disruption and other adverse effects caused by street and roadworks.
More information relating to the committee can be found within the Terms of Reference (PDF 208KB)
The documents below are provided to assist applicants through the process of applying for funding.
For any queries in relation to applications for funding please email LaneRentalFunding@TfL.gov.uk
This document provides a summary of all projects approved by the Lane Rental Governance Committee:
All projects funded by the Lane Rental Governance Committee are required to provide an industry publication at the close of the project.
This is to advise stakeholders of the outcomes of the project, lessons learnt and recommendations. Below are the publications from all the projects completed to date:
Utilisation of the tunnelling and underground construction academy (TUCA)
Moving variable messaging signs (taxi top)
Stockwell gyratory future proofing network
Elephant and castle - future proofing network
Cycle highway north/south (CS6) - future proofing network
Joint sealing robot for larger gas mains (CISBOT)
Cycle highway 5 inner - future proofing network
London ironworks summit
A4 Hammersmith flyover - provision of extraordinary measures