BRB Residuary Ltd London

BRB (Residuary) was established in 2001, with a purpose to manage, look after and disposition of much of the remaining property of the British Railways Board (BRB). The properties owned by BRB include thousands of structures in addition to various lands and buildings whose management was imperative and thus a specific company, BRB (Residuary), was formed. It also oversees the process of workplace-injury claims lodged by former British Railways employees. The Company is owned by the Department for Transport (DfT) and it’s funding comes through departmental aid and revenues earned from the properties. BRB (Residuary) will continue to function as long as the asset disposal programme continues.

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    Facilities & Services

    BRB (Residuary) is owned by The Government and reports directly to Department for transport. It disposes the lands and buildings of British Railway.  In addition to the disposal of lands and buildings it also oversees 4000 structures like walls, culverts, tunnels or bridges. A total of seventy viaducts or structures owned by BRB residuary are listed or considered heritage. It maintains them with association from railway heritage trust. It also owns the eurostar rail terminal of waterloo station.

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    Operational Hours

    For operational hours contact the below mentioned telephone number.

    Contact: +44 20 7904 5079

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    How to Contact

    The BRB (Residuary) can be contacted by clicking here.

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    4th Floor, One Kemble Street, London, WC2B 4AN.

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    How to Get to BRB (Residuary)

    By Tube

    From the nearby Covent Garden tube station move northeast on Long Acre/B402 toward Long Acre/B402. Go through 1 roundabout. Turn right onto Drury Ln. Now, turn left onto Kemble St. You will reach B R B Residuary Ltd. View Map.

    By Bus

    Bus number RV1 will take you to nearby bus stop ‘Covent Garden Russell Street (Stop)’. From the bus tsop move northeast on Russell St toward Drury Ln. Continue onto Kemble St to reach B R B Residuary Ltd.

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