- Code of Practice for Railway Protection (PDF, 3.5MB) shares with you the submission procedures and technical requirements for the approval of development and building proposals and engineering work plans. Guidelines for instrumentation and requirements for the permit to commence works within railway protection zone are also included.
Requirements for Developments within Railway Protection and Road Structure Safety Zones
Codes of Practice
Guides & Handbooks
- Application Forms for Development Works
- Architectural Checklist for Covered Linkway (PDF, 49kB)
- Architectural Checklist for Floor Finishes (PDF, 42kB)
- Architectural Checklist for Pedestrian Underpass (PDF, 49kB)
- LTA DBC RAIL-LODGEMENT: Declaration by Qualified Person for Application of Development/Building Proposal in Railway Protection Zone [Lodgement Scheme] (DOC, 63kB)
- Application Forms for Restricted Activities
- LTA DBC RAIL-S1 Application For Permission to Carry Out Trench and Pit Excavation Within Railway Protection Zone (PDF, 101kB)
- LTA DBC RAIL-S2 Application For Permission to Erect Temporary Sheds/Tents/Shelters Within Railway Protection Zone (PDF, 96kB)
- LTA DBC RAIL-S3 Certification of Setting Out Works within Railway Protection Zone (PDF, 26kB)
- LTA DBC RAIL-S4A Checklist for Certified Survey Plans on Rapid Transit System Reserve Lines, Tunnel Geometry and Piling/Drilling Works within 1st Reserve (PDF, 122kB)
- LTA DBC RAIL-S4B Checklist for Certified Survey Plans on Structure Gauge Clearance of Equipment Installed in Rapid Transit System Tunnel and Noise Barrier Installation at Elevated Viaduct (PDF, 142kB)
- LTA DBC RAIL Permit: Application for Permit to Carry out Building Works/Engineering Works (PDF, 162kB)
- Undertaking to Supervise Machinery Operation within Railway Protection & Safety Zones (PDF, 224kB)
- Undertaking To Supervise Machinery Operation Within Road Structure Safety Zone (PDF, 218kB)
- Certification of Supervision for Instrument Installation in Trainway (PDF, 113kB)
Railway Protection Plan
The Railway Protection Plan shows graphically whether 'selected' approved cadastral lots fall within the vicinity of the Railway Safety Zone.
This information is useful for surveyors, real estate agents, developers, architects, engineers and lawyers handling property transactions inclusive of preparation of development proposals.
Here's an example of a Railway Protection Plan: