Proposals for the redevelopment of Manchester Piccadilly station should be prepared jointly by Transport for the North, Transport for Greater Manchester, Manchester City Council, Network Rail, DfT and HS2 Ltd

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These organisations should work to together to deliver:

  • detailed plans for the new east-west platforms 15/16 to facilitate delivery early in Control Period 6 and unlock the development potential of the Mayfield site
  • a masterplan for the longer-term development of Manchester Piccadilly station as a whole, incorporating capacity for HS2 services and options for the delivery and timing of platform capacity for HS3
  • proposals for funding and financing the station redevelopment, including for private sector and local contributions.

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