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Appeal: £100m Glasgow train station given green light

Glasgow Queen Street Station

Glasgow Queen Street Station, one of the busiest train stations in Scotland, is to undergo a £100 million refurbishment after plans were approved by Scottish ministers.

Network Rail originally submitted an application for the development in autumn 2015, after projections showed up to 28 million people would be using the station by 2030 – eight million more than present.

The application was called in by Scottish ministers, who have now signed a TAWS (Transport and Works Scotland) Order approving the development after eight months of delays. As well .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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