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$1.7b revitalization project proposed at Liverpool Street station in London
Transactions - OCTOBER 6, 2022

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$1.7b revitalization project proposed at Liverpool Street station in London

by Kali Persall

Sellar, the developer of London Bridge Quarter and Paddington Square, and MTR, a global operator of sustainable rail transport services, in partnership with Network Rail, have revealed their initial plans for vital upgrades to the Liverpool Street station in London.

Sellar, MTR and Network Rail are working closely with key stakeholders including Transport for London and the Hyatt, owners of the Andaz London Liverpool Street hotel adjacent to the station, to bring forth the more than £1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) project under a new sustainably developed office, retail and leisure scheme with new public and green spaces.

The project aims to create a world-class transport hub and landmark destination, while alleviating congestion and improving the station experience for 135 million users a year.

Liverpool Street, London’s busiest station, originally opened in 1875 and serves seven underground lines, including the Elizabeth line, London Overground and Greater Angl

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