Birmingham virtual committee gives green light to new HS2 station

Birmingham City Council has granted consent for the city’s proposed High Speed Two (HS2) terminal in its first 'virtual' planning committee meeting, with officers describing the new station's design as "world class".

by David Blackman
A visualisation of the new Curzon Street station in Birmingham. Pic: HS2 Ltd
A visualisation of the new Curzon Street station in Birmingham. Pic: HS2 Ltd

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