As part of the open day being held at Kidderminster Station today (Tuesday 6 November), a new artist’s impression of how the station will look has been revealed by Worcestershire County Council and partners.
The new image shows the improved forecourt and Comberton Hill layouts and also shows how the new glazed, station building will look once completed.
Worcestershire County Council and partners were at the station this morning, talking to commuters about the redevelopment and answering questions. People said they were looking forward to a bigger station and for the drop off point to be improved.
There are four phases of work that will see the station undergo a dramatic redevelopment, including construction of a completely new, glass fronted station building and improved forecourt.
Phase 1, which includes all the initial survey and prep work, is currently in progress and will continue until the end next month.
Phase 2 will begin in January and will see the start of the forecourt works and the installation of the temporary ticket office.
In Phase 3 the demolition of the existing building will take place and the new glass fronted building will start to take shape.
The final phase, due for completion next autumn, will see the fit out and opening of the new station building along with the landscaping outside the station and the final surfacing to the footpaths, access road and removal of the temporary ticket office.
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