Chester Railway Station

Plans for a £7.5m revamp of Chester Railway Station have been rubber-stamped.

Back in December we reported that Network Rail had submitted a listed building consent proposal to Cheshire West and Chester Council to carry out a series of changes and improvements as a result of some parts of the Grade II* listed station being "in a poor state of repair".

The plans include a new customer information and ticket desk, customer information screens, ticket machines, a changing places toilet, concourse seating and signage. Work carried out at the station will also see the refurbishment of the platform 4/7 toilets and waiting room as well as the concourse toilets.

Read more at: Cheshire Live

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