Camp Hill Line Rail Stations – Public Engagement

Proposals to reopen the Camp Hill rail line include plans for public engagement meetings.

Birmingham Connected would like to make you aware of the following:

Moseley, Kings Heath and Hazelwell rail stations public engagement

Proposals to reopen the Camp Hill Line railway to passengers include new stations at Moseley, Kings Heath and Hazelwell. To help inform the planning applications for these stations, a public engagement period will run until 14 December. Find out more on Transport for West Midlands website or attend one of the forth-coming drop in sessions.

Sessions run from 1-8.30pm (unless stated otherwise) and are open for anyone to call in to view information on the station proposals, talk to the team and share views..
Monday 19 Nov – The Hub, Hazelwell
Tuesday 20 Nov – Stirchley Baths
Wednesday 21 Nov – St Mary’s Church, Moseley
Thursday 22 Nov – Moseley Exchange
Thursday 29 Nov – Kings Heath Library (2-6pm)
Thursday 6 Dec – Kings Heath Library (2-6pm)

 You can also share your views online at www.tfwm.org.uk/stations.

 With best wishes,

 The Birmingham Connected Team

 Part of the Economy Directorate of Birmingham City Council

 Birmingham Connected is the vision for the future of transport in Birmingham, working towards a safer, healthier, greener city with a reliable integrated transport system which supports our growing population and economy.

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