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HS2 Euston development partner shortlist revealed

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In the second major announcement of today HS2 has confirmed the shortlisted bidders for the phase 1 stations and published the Master Development Partner shortlist for Euston station.

As exclusively revealed in New Civil Engineer HS2 has confirmed Arup, WSP, Arcadis, Jacobs and Mott MacDonald have been shortlisted for the station design packages.

Also announced was the short list for its Master Development Partner role for Euston station. The winner will act as an advisor to ensure opportunities for a future over site development are incorporated into the design at an early stage.

Any plans developed for the 22ha of land will have to adhere to local planning regulations.

The short listed developers are:

  • Westfield Europe Ltd
  • Euston Regeneration Partnership (Led by Argent Related Services LLP)
  • Canary Wharf Group
  • Land Securities Property Holdings Limited
  • Lendlease Europe Holdings Limited

Network Rail Property managing director David Biggs said: “This brings us another step closer to realising an exciting and vibrant new district in the heart of London.

“The opportunities are vast. A regenerated Euston Station not only affords us the ability to improve connectivity and exceed the expectations of those travelling by train. It also allows us the rare chance to create new space for homes and businesses, to craft a desirable destination for people to live, work and meet.

“The new station can be a catalyst for local regeneration and increase connection across the local community, bringing huge benefits both to the area itself as well as the country as a whole.”

Contracts for both stations design and the Euston Master Development Partner will be awarded early next year.

HS2 also awarded the £6.6bn main civil engineering contracts for the first phase of the rail link today.

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