Halifax Railway Station Interim Public Consultation

Halifax Railway Station Interim Public Consultation


Mott MacDonald are working on behalf of Calderdale Council to develop the design proposals for the new Halifax railway station.

An interim, non-statutory, digital public consultation for the Halifax railway station design proposals begins today, 18th January for 4 weeks. It will be hosted on the combined authority ‘Your Voice’ webpage here.

You will be able to view all the design plans here and provide your feedback via the online survey.

The railway station plans will deliver a range of improvements including:

  • A new split-level station building with additional facilities and retail units.
  • Enhanced passenger waiting facilities within the new station building.
  • A new town footbridge for cycle/pedestrian use, connecting the station building at first floor level to the Eastern Gateway (near Hughes Building) and Horton Street.
  • Enhanced car parking.
  • The reopening of the Navigation Road underpass beneath the station
  •  providing direct access to current businesses and future development opportunities to the east of the railway.
  • The existing Hebble trail will be extended (Water Lane to Berry Lane). The Hebble trail cycle route (National Cycle Network Route 69) forms a vital part of the Calderdale Cycle Network connecting south Halifax, Halifax town centre, and north Halifax to the railway station. The redevelopment will create a more attractive environment for people arriving on foot and by bike, improving the passenger experience and encouraging use of public transport.
  • The existing Hebble trail will be extended (to the town centre).
  • Development of a new southern entrance to the Eureka! site via Discovery Road off South Parade.

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