HS2 launches Euston tender

10 April 2017 HS2 has launched the contest to find a master development partner to redevelop the Euston Station site.

Under the plans, the development partner will advise on, and later take forward, development opportunities for new homes, offices and retail space above and around the revamped London Euston station.

According to HS2, the development “has the potential to deliver up to 21 hectares of development space as well as improving accessibility and creating new public and green spaces across the wider Euston site”.

HS2 published a prior information notice for the Euston plan in February, which revealed that the partner would be expected to help provide funding/finance for the scheme.

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In a separate contest, HS2 has also launched the tender process to find bidders that will develop and refine the detailed plans for brand new stations at Birmingham Curzon Street, Birmingham Interchange and London’s Old Oak Common.


This page was last updated on:
20 February 2018.


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