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Funding / Financing, Railways, Greater London

Woolwich Crossrail station safeguarded

Plans for a Crossrail station at Woolwich moved a step closer to being realised last week when transport secretary Philip Hammond announced that a legally binding agreement for the construction of the basic station box had been reached between the DfT, Crossrail Ltd, Transport for London and developer Berkeley Homes. Berkeley Homes has pledged to build the basic box structure for the station, to a specification set by Crossrail, and construct a mixed-use development above it. The Government...

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