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The new High Speed 2 line will connect London with the Northern Powerhouse and provide the opportunity to rebalance the economy by stimulating growth and regeneration in the Midlands and the North. Phase 1 will connect London and the Midlands, with new stations at Old Oak Common, Birmingham Interchange (serving Birmingham Airport and the NEC), and Birmingham Curzon Street in the City Centre. Phase 2 will serve the East Midlands, and the North, with stations at Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield.
LCR has signed a Collaboration Agreement with High Speed 2 Ltd to establish the HS2 Growth Partnership to work with local authorities to bring forward development, in line with their local HS2 Growth Strategies. LCR offers development expertise to secure the right deals with developers and investors, and works with HS2 Ltd to ensure that station design fits with the local vision. Collaboration Agreements are also in place with the Homes and Community Agency and the Regeneration Investment Organisation, and with local authorities along the route, including the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Birmingham City Council, Cheshire East Council and Manchester City Council.
Aerial view of proposed scheme at Old Oak Common Station (HS2 Environmental Statement, Nov 2013)
Birmingham Interchange Station visualisation (HS2 Environmental Statement, Nov 2013)
Visualisation of proposed Curzon Street Station, Birmingham (HS2 Environmental Statement, Nov 2013)
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