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The developers of the Chelsea Barracks site have been told they must start delivering the homes they promised, or to sell up and release the land.
The project has been put on hold, apparently because of the current economic climate. But Westminster Council is urging the Qatari developers to start building their vision.
Cllr Jonathan Glanz from Westminster Council.
A Heathrow Express spokesperson, said:
A Greater Anglia spokesperson said:
A spokesman for Southern trains said:
South West Trains said that fare changes were determined largely by government policy and that they were working hard with the rest of the rail industry to make the system more cost-efficient.
They also pointed out that they had experienced an increase in their overall satisfaction rating.
Tim Shoveller, Managing Director of the South West Trains-Network Rail Alliance, said:
First Capital Connect stressed that the company's overall satisfaction rating had grown for the third year in a row - from 75% in 2009 to 81% last autumn.
Managing Director Neal Lawson said:
When it came to overall customer satisfaction levels, Heathrow Connect came in the top three at 94%. But the same operator saw a marked fall in its value for money rating - dropping 6% over the last year to 52%.
First Capital Connect (81%) and Southern (82%) were among the lowest-rated for overall satisfaction - at 81% and 82% respectively.
Greater Anglia and South West Trains have been branded the worst value for money by passengers.
A survey by the independent watchdog Passenger Focus found that travellers on their routes were the least satisfied with the price of their tickets. Only 37% of passengers considered their tickets value for money, compared with as many as 73% for other operators.
But, despite its poor rating, Greater Anglia's score was an improvement on last year - when it managed only 33%.
Nationally, the proportion of rail passengers satisfied with the price of their tickets has risen by one percentage point to 47% since autumn 2011.
Click here to read the full report.
South West Trains and Greater Anglia get the lowest satisfaction ratings from passengers for value for money.
But how do London's other train companies compare?
- London Overground - 57% (up 3%)
- First Great Western - 53% (unchanged)
- Heathrow Connect - 52% (down 6%)
- c2c - 46% (up 3%)
- Southern - 42% (unchanged)
- Heathrow Express - 40% (up 4%)
- First Capital Connect - 38% (unchanged)
- Southeastern - 38% (up 2%)
- South West Trains - 37% (down 1%)
- Greater Anglia - 37% (up 4%)
Passenger Focus has published satisfaction levels among travellers on different services.
So how does your train company fare?
Here is a list of the overall satisfaction rates for the main London operators. You can see the full report - with all of the UK's train companies - on the Passenger Focus website.
- Heathrow Connect - 94% (up 2%)
- Heathrow Express - 93% (unchanged)
- London Overground - 93% (unchanged)
- c2c - 93% (up 2%)
- South West Trains - 85% (up 2%)
- Southeastern - 84% (up 2%)
- First Great Western - 83% (unchanged)
- Greater Anglia - 83% (up 6%)
- Southern - 82% (down 1%)
- First Capital Connect - 81% (up 1%)