The resilient track fixings installed at Mornington Crescent appear to be wearing out far faster than Transport for London were led to believe they would. The manufacturer states that the fixings have a lifespan of 10 years but in Germany there have been reports of them only lasting 2 years, and it appears that at Mornington Crescent they have worn out after only 1 year.
Transport for London is not going to have the budget to change the fixings every two years. Therefore will you now instruct them to stop replacing timber sleepers elsewhere on the network with concrete slab tracks? And what further action will you be taking to reduce noise at Mornington Crescent?