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EAST MIDLANDS HS2 HUB MAXIMISING THE WIDER REGIONAL BENEFITS November 2015 SEPTEMBER 2015

EAST MIDLANDS HS2 HUB - MAXIMISING THE WIDER REGIONAL BENEFITS WHY THIS REPORT ? This report was commissioned to highlight the priorities, towards maximising the economic growth potential of the future Toton HS2 hub station for the East Midlands, linking the station with its local area and the region. Material generated by local councils, within their area of expertise, has been collated, after review by Farrells and PBA, to form a technically robust and coherent technical foundation for this document. While limited in detail, the report has the ambition of establishing a shared agenda with HS2 Ltd and Government to co-design the East Midlands HS2 station and to be taken forward through a future Hybrid Bill process. 2 “ the simple message from me is that HS2 is good news for the East Midlands. It’s good news for business, it’s good news for the travelling public, good news for jobs and good news for the economy. But whether we fulfil that potential is entirely down to us. That is why I agreed to Chair the East Midlands HS2 Strategic Board, bringing together political and business leaders and other key stakeholders to ensure we make the most of this opportunity. Our first task has been to develop a coherent vision of what the successful implementation of HS2 would look like in the East Midlands and that vision is based around three elements: sustainable places, connectivity and people. As a place we want an HS2 station that can act as a gateway to the towns and cities of the East Midlands – something that is practical, easy to use but architecturally impressive. Cllr Jon Collins - East Midlands Rail Summit 2014 “

EAST MIDLANDS HS2 HUB METHODOLOGY: TOWARD PLACE MAKING AND CONNECTIVITY OBJECTIVES To develop this document Farrells and PBA have applied a transparent, collaborative, partnership approach working with the East Midlands Councils, as well as local partners through the HS2 Strategic Board. The process was conducted through several proactive meetings aimed at the delivery of a clear narrative highlighting the East Midlands ambitions which allowed the definition and an agreement upon a set of clear objectives. Understanding regional competitiveness Maximising the benefits of HS2 With those objectives in mind, the East Midlands potential economic and spatial growth as well as in its potential connectivity were reviewed, to finally lead to the identification of both clear desired outcomes and station design principles aimed at achieving them. Chapter 1 Economic & spatial growth potential Chapter 4 Desired outcomes: Objectives Station design principles Chapter 2 Connectivity 3

A STRATEGIC BRIEF FOR THE STATION: OBJECTIVES AGREED BY THE EAST MIDLANDS HS2 STRATEGIC BOARD, SEPTEMBER 2015 Support maximum local development Deliver regional integrated connectivity Unlock local accessibility The best multi-modal destination station East Midlands Partners 4 East Midlands HS2 Hub

STRATEGIC BRIEF: OBJECTIVES TO MAXIMISE WIDER REGIONAL BENEFITS OF HS2 An iconic multimodal transport interchange as well as a destination station as the catalytic hub for the region. 1. Provide High Speed connectivity at national level not only to London but also Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York and onwards 2. Create efficient rail connections with the principal East Midlands stations from the East Midlands HS2 Hub 3. Consider the benefits and potential for convenient cross platform interchange 4. Extend the existing tram network to the East Midlands HS2 Hub 5. Allow for future extensions of the tram system potentially to Long Eaton, the East Midlands Airport and Derby 6. Provide efficient road access to strategic road network, without adding to local congestion 7. Bus and coaches: express and north-south bus through services to the East Midlands HS2 Hub 8. Maximise land available for development at the station, partly through efficient multi-storey car parking 9. Achieve high quality cycle and walking connectivity to, and through, the transport interchange and rail infrastructure from surrounding communities 10. Maintain and improve local connectivity across the rail alignments 5

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 REQUIREMENTS FOR A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION STATION Support maximum local development REQUIREMENTS 6 Take the development of the area into consideration for the location and design of the station and locate it as far north as possible Deliver regional integrated connectivity REQUIREMENTS Optimise the use of available land through a contained and accessible car parking Take into account the potential development, west of the rail alignments Connect to Toton Lane Park & Ride, make provision for extension toward Long Eaton and west to A52 Allow sufficient capacity for full bus-coach-taxi accessibility and connection to A6005 and Long Eaton Provide car access only from A52

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 REQUIREMENTS FOR A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION STATION Unlock local accessibility REQUIREMENTS Consider alternative rail alignments to prevent closure of existing roads within Long Eaton Consider additional crossings to north and south of the station between the A52 and A6005 Define pedestrian & cycle links as high quality public spaces and support developments along them A world class multi-modal destination station REQUIREMENTS Invest in a connected coherent green infrastructure Iconic international quality station World class multi-modal interchange 7

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - SUMMARY SERVICE PATTERN Provide high speed connectivity at national level not only to London but also Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York and onwards STATION LOCATION Integrate growth and development parameters within station location and design Create high frequency, efficient, dedicated rail connections with the principal East Midlands stations DEVELOPMENT AREAS Limit the footprint of transport related facilities - Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Mansfield/ (especially car parking) through the delivery of multi Ashfield, Loughborough, Long Eaton and Beeston storey facilities TRACK ALIGNMENTS Consider alternative rail alignments to prevent closure of existing roads and any impairment of connectivity for both pedestrians and vehicles within Long Eaton Consider and make provisions for additional crossings both north and south of the station between the A52 and A6005 Make provision for the extension of the NET towards Long Eaton and west to the M1 and towards Derby and the East Midlands Airport 8 Investigate the potential for the development of additional sites, Toton Yard and sites south-east of the station Investigate potential for over-rail alignment facilities and development INTERCHANGE WITHIN STATION Limit interchange distances and vertical movements between high speed and regional services

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - SUMMARY MODAL ACCESSIBILITY Achieve the best multimodal transport interchange Extend the NET tram from Toton Lane Park & Ride to the station and onwards (see “track alignments”) Enable north-south connectivity through a buscoach-taxi road connection between the station and the A6005 MODAL ACCESSIBILITY - SUMMARY Provide private car access only from the A52 STATION ENTRANCES Make provision for a western access to the station MULTIMODAL INTERCHANGE Meet “day one” capacity needs for tram, bus, coach and taxi services and make provision for future needs STATION APPROACH AND SURROUNDING PUBLIC REALM Invest in high quality design for the station and its approach: a high quality public square Anticipate the development of the edges of the station approach CONCOURSE Make provision for the integration of additional uses within the station 9

EAST MIDLANDS HS2 HUB TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Economic & Spatial Growth Potential 12 2. Connectivity 18 3. Desired Outcomes - Station Design Principles 24 4. Applying the Station Design Principles 50

1. ECONOMIC & SPATIAL GROWTH POTENTIAL

THE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH THE MIDLANDS “ The Midlands has a strong mix of high-growth industries, including logistics, advanced manufacturing, and professional services. The economy generates almost 200 billion GVA per annum Total exports totalled 50 billion in 2013, 16% of the UK total. Our Economic Impact Analysis undertaken in 2015 shows that there will be large economic benefits from improving road and rail connectivity unlocking job creation in our growth areas. “ Midlands Connect Delivering a Transport Strategy for The Midlands October 2015 13

THE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH THE SUB REGION - A CATCHMENT OF CIRCA 2 MILLION PEOPLE A connected constellation of more than a million people, with ambitions for growth - “ Local councils across the East Midlands have plans to deliver 400,000 homes over the next 20 years. “ The East Midlands - An Excellent Investment Opportunity ! December 2013 Population of each city in the cluster. 14

THE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH THE SUB REGION - SELECTED EMPLOYMENT GROWTH LOCATIONS Staveley Markham Vale Enterprise Zone Stanton Growth Area HS2 Infrastructure Maintenance Depot Robin Hood Line Enterprise Zone Nottingham Enterprise Zone Infinity Park Derby East Midlands Airport East Midlands Gateway Strategic Rail Freight 15

THE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH LOCAL AREA - EREWASH BOROUGH COUNCIL ADOPTED POLICY Selected agreed local employment growth EP1: Stanton EP2: Sandiacre EP4b: Toton Yard HS2 Hub Station EP4a: East Yard-Banks Road EP3: Long Eaton 16

THE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH LOCAL AREA - BROXTOWE BC MASTERPLAN N.B.: proposal in development and not adopted as policy 17

2. CONNECTIVITY

NATIONAL CONNECTIVITY new destination of choice for “ Abusinesses HS2 can help the East Midlands to become a world-class commercial hub, to rival the largest economic regions in the UK. We’re proposing to build an HS2 station at Toton, adding to heavy investment in regional transport which will enhance connections to local towns and cities. HS2 will also complement plans by Midlands Connect to recognise the region’s full potential. A new station will help to realise the region’s vision of an integrated transport network for commuters, shoppers and visitors. We believe HS2 can help the region become a real destination of choice for businesses. HS2 Ltd - High Speed Rail In The East Midlands September 2015 “ 19

REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY ROADS Outstanding road connectivity East Midlands HS2 Hub lies at a nodal point of the sub-regional strategic road network. 20

SUB-REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY RAIL HS2 HeavyHS2 RailHeavy Connections Rail Connections to East Midlands to East Midlands Hub Hub N To Leeds, York & Newcastle Manchester To Manchester Sheffield Worksop Retford East Coast Main Line Creswell DERBYSHIRE Chesterfield Shirebrook Clay Cross Mansfield Sutton Kirkby Matlock Alfreton Belper NOTTINGHAMSHIRE Newark Langley Mill Ilkeston Nottingham Derby Stoke on Trent To Crewe & Stoke on Trent HS2 East Midlands Station Hub (Toton) Classic compatible connection East Midlands Parkway “ Its vital that new HS2 services add to, rather than replace current rail services. And investment in HS2 must go hand in hand with investment in the classic network so that any released capacity can be used to improve rail connectivity across the East Midlands. Burton upon Trent Loughborough Midlands Main Line Cllr Jon Collins - East Midlands Rail Summit 2014 “ To Birmingham Birmingham Leicester LEICESTERSHIRE To London To Birmingham & London Legend: HS2 Eastern Arm Existing Rail Line / Station City Shuttle Service Direct ‘Feeder’ Service Crown Copyright & Database Rights 2015. Ordnance Survey 100023251. Not all stations shown 21

REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY POTENTIAL ACCESSIBILITY TO EAST MIDLANDS HS2 HUB 2015 Future TRANSPORT ACCESSIBILITY TO HS2 HUB STATION within 10 mins within 20 mins within 30 mins within 40 mins within 50 mins within 60 mins 22 Map shows proposed Public Transport enhancements of services to site. Travel times are Inter-Peak (10am-2pm)

LOCAL CONNECTIVITY: DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL TOWARDS AN OUTSTANDING INTERMODAL INTERCHANGE Major road access via the A52 and the M1 Buses, coaches and taxi public transport connectivity via the A52 and A6005 Tram connectivity with Nottingham Express Transit Line 3, Phase II “ This would provide a direct interchange between the high speed rail station, Nottingham city centre, the residential areas of Beeston and Chilwell, the University of Nottingham and the Queen’s Medical Centre. The tram stop would be located in the forecourt, connecting directly to the concourse. “ Route Engineering Report West Midlands to Leeds July 2013 - HS2 Ltd 23

3. DESIRED OUTCOMES STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES

HS2 LTD: EAST MIDLANDS HUB CURRENT CONSULTED DESIGN 25

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES SERVICE PATTERN Objectives DELIVER REGIONAL INTEGRATED CONNECTIVITY Connect the region to UK’s major decision and development centres Transform the region into a connected polycentric constellation of towns and cities Requirements Provide high speed and classic compatible connectivity at national level not only to London but also Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York and onwards Create high frequency, efficient, rail connections with the principal East Midlands stations - Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Mansfield/Ashfield, Loughborough, Long Eaton and Beeston 26

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES TRACK ALIGNMENTS Objectives UNLOCK LOCAL ACCESSIBILITY Maintain and improve local connectivity across rail alignments by tram or road Support high quality and safe pedestrian & cyclist accessibility Minimum requirements Improve local connectivity A52 - consider additional crossings Consider alternative rail alignments to prevent closure of existing roads and any impairment of connectivity for both pedestrians and vehicles within Long Eaton - support high quality and safe pedestrian & cycle infrastructure Consider and make provisions for additional crossings both north and south of the station between the A52 and A6005 Make provision for the extension of the NET towards Long Eaton and west to the M1 and towards Derby and the East Midlands Airport Full ‘ask’ A6005 Deliver a high level track alignment south of the station location Deliver additional crossings both north and south of the station between the A52 and A6005 Deliver the western extension of the NET towards Long Eaton and west to the M1 and onwards Station Road LONG EATON High Street Main Street Maintain local connectivity - 3 existing road connections 2 at risk of being closed - 1/6 of population at risk of being set apart 27

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES STATION LOCATION Objectives STAPLEFORD SUPPORT MAXIMUM REGIONAL AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT M1 Support the optimal development of the local area Minimum requirements SANDIACRE Integrate growth and development parameters within station location and design A 52 EP2 ‘Lime Rise’ EP4b East Midlands Hub EP4a River Erewash A 6005 EP3 LONG EATON 28

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES STATION LOCATION A northern station location could drive more growth towards available lands A southernly station location could impair local development considering limited available adjoining land 29

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES DEVELOPMENT AREAS Objectives SUPPORT MAXIMUM REGIONAL AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Optimise the use of available land ie: limit car parking footprint Identify additional opportunities for development Lime Rise site - 77 Ha Land ready for development Banks Road site - 8 Ha Significant access and level difference challenges Existing planning applications and flood risk areas substantially decrease potentially available land. Toton Yard site- 54 Ha Over site development or existing facilities to be relocated The proposed multi storey car park overcomes level differences while allowing adjoining developments and should allow access and development to the south. 30

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES DEVELOPMENT AREAS Minimum requirements Limit the footprint of transport related facilities (especially car parking) through the delivery of multi storey facilities Investigate the potential for the development of additional sites, Toton Yard and sites south-east of the station Investigate potential for over rail alignment facilities and development Full ‘ask’ Deliver development alongside the station delivery: Potential public/ private developer partnership to define and finance the development of the area alongside the delivery of the station. 31

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES INTERCHANGE WITHIN STATION Objectives DELIVER REGIONAL INTEGRATED CONNECTIVITY Support efficient and top notch interchange between rail services Deliver an attractive passenger experience Minimum requirements Limit interchange distances and vertical movements between high speed and regional services Full ‘ask’ Deliver cross platform interchange between high speed and regional services 32 Rotterdam Centraal: an efficient and legible interchange

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES MODAL ACCESSIBILITY Objectives DELIVER REGIONAL INTEGRATED CONNECTIVITY Support accessibility by public transport: tram, buses, coaches and taxis Support accessibility by car while preventing local congestion UNLOCK LOCAL ACCESSIBILITY Achieve high quality cycle and walking connectivity to, and through, the transport interchange and rail infrastructure from surrounding communities Minimum requirements Extend the NET tram from Toton Lane Park&Ride to the station and onwards (see “track alignments”) Full ‘ask’ Deliver the western extension of the NET towards Long Eaton and west to the M1 and onwards 33

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES MODAL ACCESSIBILITY - BUSES, COACHES & TAXIS Objectives DELIVER REGIONAL INTEGRATED CONNECTIVITY Provide public transport link from South, enabling through Bus/Coach services, on East or West of rail alignment. Make connections south to both sides of the HS2 rail alignment. Minimum requirements Enable north-south connectivity through a buscoach-taxi road connection between the station and the A6005 Provide direct connection to Strategic Road Network Potential P&R M1 East Midlands HS2 Hub Toton Ln P&R Provide North/South connectivity for public transport and taxis on both sides of the rail alignment LONG EATON 34 A52 Local Distributor: A6005

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES MODAL ACCESSIBILITY - SUMMARY Objectives DELIVER REGIONAL INTEGRATED CONNECTIVITY Provide fast strategic road network access without increasing local congestion Minimum requirements Provide private car access only from the A52 “ Wherever a station is located in the East Midlands, there must be effective connectivity to it from the three major cities and neighbouring communities. It must be easy to get to the station on foot, by bike, bus, heavy rail and tram as well as by car. Cllr Jon Collins - East Midlands Rail Summit 2014 “ 35

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES STATION ACCESSES Objectives UNLOCK LOCAL ACCESSIBILITY Support accessibility from the west to the station SUPPORT MAXIMUM REGIONAL AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Support the potential development at Toton Yard and onwards further west along the M1 A WORLD CLASS MULTI-MODAL DESITNATION STATION Invest in a coherent green infrastructure Minimum requirements Make provision for a western access to the station Full ‘ask’ Deliver a western entrance to the station Deliver accesses through the existing rail infrastructure to the west 36

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES MULTIMODAL INTERCHANGE Objectives High speed and classic rail services DELIVER THE BEST MULTI-MODAL DESTINATION STATION Deliver the best interchange experience between the station and other modes: trams, buses, coaches, taxis and private cars Support servicing of the area through diversity of attractive transport modes Bus services A WORLD CLASS MULTI-MODAL DESITNATION STATION World class multi-modal interchange To metro services Minimum requirements Underground car park Meet “day one” capacity needs for tram, bus, coach and taxi Tram services services and make provision for future needs Major cycle route and parkings Road access Rotterdam Centraal: more than a high speed station, a multimodal hub between rail, tram, cyclists and pedestrians 37

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES STATION APPROACH AND SURROUNDING PUBLIC REALM Objectives Rotterdam Centraal DELIVER THE BEST MULTI-MODAL DESTINATION STATION Deliver, through the station approach, a new, high quality, public space for the area SUPPORT MAXIMUM REGIONAL AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Define the station approach as a heart for the development of the area Minimum requirements Invest in high quality design for the station and its approach: a high quality public square Anticipate the development of the edges of the station approach Full ‘ask’ Partner with a private developer for the design of the approach and delivery of appropriate complementary uses around it on “day one”. Milton Keynes station square: controversial but successful 38

STATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES CONCOURSE Objectives Rotterdam Centraal DELIVER THE BEST MULTI-MODAL DESTINATION STATION More than a station, a permeable and connected “place of meeting and exchange” Support the development of retail, leisure, conference, hotel and office uses Minimum requirements Make provision for the integration of additional uses within the station Full ‘ask’ Partner with a private developer for the design and delivery of appropriate complementary uses within the station on “day one”. Consider provision for potential over site development above the station and rail alignments The Public Room: Financed and curated by the City Council as a meeting and cultural hub. 39

THE ATTRIBUTES OF WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE: - Iconic - Destination - Excellent interchange - Mixed use - Embodied in the community - Looking outwards 40

STRATEGIC BRIEF: OBJECTIVES TO MAXIMISE WIDER REGIONAL BENEFITS OF HS2 An iconic multimodal transport interchange as well as a destination station as the catalytic hub for the region. 1. Provide High Speed connectivity at national level not only to London but also Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York and onwards 2. Create efficient rail connections with the principal East Midlands stations from the East Midlands HS2 Hub 3. Consider the benefits and potential for convenient cross platform interchange 4. Extend the existing tram network to the East Midlands HS2 Hub 5. Allow for future extensions of the tram system potentially to Long Eaton, the East Midlands Airport and Derby 6. Provide efficient road access to strategic road network, without adding to local congestion 7. Bus and coaches: express and north-south bus through services to the East Midlands HS2 Hub 8. Maximise land available for development at the station, partly through efficient multi-storey car parking 9. Achieve high quality cycle and walking connectivity to, and through, the transport interchange rail infrastructure from surrounding communities 10. Maintain and improve local connectivity across the rail alignments 41

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 REQUIREMENTS FOR A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION STATION Support maximum local development REQUIREMENTS 42 Take the development of the area into consideration for the location and design of the station and locate it as north as possible Deliver regional integrated connectivity REQUIREMENTS Optimise the use of available land through a contained and accessible car parking Take into account the potential development, west of the rail alignments Connect to Toton Lane Park & Ride, make provision for extension toward Long Eaton and west to A52 Allow sufficient capacity for full bus-coach-taxi accessibility and connection to A6005 and Long Eaton Provide car access only from A52

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 REQUIREMENTS FOR A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION STATION Unlock local accessibility REQUIREMENTS Consider alternative rail alignments to prevent closure of existing roads within Long Eaton Consider additional crossings to north and south of the station between the A52 and A6005 Define pedestrian & cycle links as high quality public spaces and support developments along them A world class multi-modal destination station REQUIREMENTS Invest in a connected coherent green infrastructure Iconic international quality station World class multi-modal interchange 43

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - SUMMARY SERVICE PATTERN Provide high speed connectivity at national level not only to London but also Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York and onwards STATION LOCATION Integrate growth and development parameters within station location and design Create high frequency, efficient, dedicated rail DEVELOPMENT AREAS connections with the principal East Midlands stations Limit the footprint of transport related facilities - Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Mansfield/ (especially car parking) through the delivery of multi Ashfield, Loughborough, Long Eaton and Beeston storey facilities TRACK ALIGNMENTS Consider alternative rail alignments to prevent closure of existing roads and any impairment of connectivity for both pedestrians and vehicles within Long Eaton Consider and make provisions for additional crossings both north and south of the station between the A52 and A6005 Make provision for the extension of the NET towards Long Eaton and west to the M1 and towards Derby and the East Midlands Airport 44 Investigate the potential for the development of additional sites, Toton Yard and sites south-east of the station Investigate potential for over rail alignment facilities and development INTERCHANGE WITHIN STATION Limit interchange distances and vertical movements between high speed and regional services

TOWARDS MAXIMISING THE BENEFITS OF HS2 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - SUMMARY MODAL ACCESSIBILITY Achieve the best multimodal transport interchange Extend the NET tram from Toton Lane Park & Ride to the station and onwards (see “track alignments”) Enable north-south connectivity through a buscoach-taxi road connection between the station and the A6005 MODAL ACCESSIBILITY - SUMMARY Provide private car access only from the A52 STATION ENTRANCES Make provision for a western access to the station MULTIMODAL INTERCHANGE Meet “day one” capacity needs for tram, bus, coach and taxi services and make provision for future needs STATION APPROACH AND SURROUNDING PUBLIC REALM Invest in high quality design for the station and its approach: a high quality public square Anticipate the development of the edges of the station approach CONCOURSE Make provision for the integration of additional uses within the station 45

4. APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES TO THE STATION DESIGN

APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES CONSTRAINTS Several challenges are to be considered as part of the proposed site for the HS2 station hub: The topography with land to the east located significantly higher than the rail alignments The location, configuration and amount of land available for development The active current uses of Toton Yard The impact on neighbouring residential areas and lack of appropriate potential connections from them 47

APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES POTENTIAL RAIL ALIGNMENT CROSSINGS The HS2 station hub offers a great opportunity to improve local connectivity currently severed by rail alignments. The potential to deliver several crossings, between the A52 and A6005, should be investigated. However, with 14 planned tracks and the active Toton Yard, the delivery and quality of these crossings will be a challenge, but is not to be precluded by station design. A - Southernly crossing Clear of the HS2 station and Toton Yard facilities B - Along the HS2 station hub Potential for direct access to station footbridge and to support over site approach and development C - ‘Central’ crossing Clear o

THE MIDLANDS Midlands Connect Delivering a Transport Strategy for The Midlands October 2015 The Midlands has a strong mix of high-growth industries, including logistics, advanced manufacturing, and professional services. The economy generates almost 200 billion GVA per annum Total exports totalled 50 billion in 2013, 16% of the UK .

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