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Visualisation of proposed retail frontages and public realm Cab Road, Corstorphine + Wright Architects

Integrated Station Development

Delivering integrated station development to support wider regeneration

LCR specialises in the development and commercialisation of stations, in particular on the domestic rail network. Our experience in delivering major infrastructure projects enables us to approach station-led regeneration holistically, creating opportunities between the station interface and wider development activity in the surrounding area.

We have the in-house capabilities to engage successfully with operational bodies such as Network Rail, TfL and HS1 and to ensure that the safety, security and maintenance of transport operations are protected against any development activity at stations.

Schemes are coming forward for a number of our station sites to support wider regeneration such as the former Waterloo International Terminal. We are also advising HS2 on station design and commercialisation of HS2 stations up and down the route.

Together with LCR, we have started delivering the early stages of a long-term masterplan for Waterloo, the busiest station in the UK, taking account of projected passenger growth on the Wessex Route over the next 25 years. A key element to delivering extra capacity for trains, passengers and station customers is bringing the platforms and space in the former Eurostar terminus back into use. This is the first phase of the Waterloo masterplan which will play an important role in supporting the wider regeneration of the South Bank.

Norrie Courts Stations Director, Network Rail

Waterloo International Terminal, London Borough of Lambeth

After a decade of disuse, LCR, DfT and Network Rail are restoring the Waterloo International Terminal – former Eurostar UK terminus – into a new retail destination. Spread across three floors, including a new mezzanine level, 135,000 sq ft of space will be provided for an ambitious mix of independent, high street and food stores.

The retail offer at Waterloo Station is intended to match the quality of St Pancras International and Birmingham New Street, to provide modern retail facilities for commuters and the South Bank and Lambeth communities.

The development will complement the wider regeneration of the South Bank area and is also set to create circa 700 new jobs, as well as hundreds more throughout the construction period.

The restoration of the Waterloo International Terminal is part of the wider Wessex Capacity Improvement Programme at Waterloo, being delivered by Network Rail to provide the biggest increase in capacity for decades at the UK’s busiest station. All works are due to be finished by 2019.

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