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Building HS2’s West Midlands Stations – Designing Curzon Street Station: Free online event

We would like to invite you to the second in a series of webinars that we are running, focussing on building our West Midlands stations .

Curzon Street Station will be at the heart of the high speed railway network and is the first intercity terminus station built in the UK since the 1900s. Located in Birmingham City Centre this landmark station will link to the local and national transport network, opening up areas for regeneration.

During our free webinar you will hear from our design and planning experts about the process of designing our new Curzon Street Station, including what factors were considered during the design process and what challenges the team have overcome to achieve the award-winning eco-friendly design. You will also be able to ask the team questions via a live Q&A chat.

The webinar will be broadcast live on Thursday 18 March, from 12.00-13.30pm .

Please sign up and register for the Curzon Street Station webinar

We will be publishing a video recording of the session online, so if you are unable to attend the event, you will still be able to learn about what we are doing through a dedicated playlist on the HS2 YouTube channel. Further joining instructions will be sent to all registered attendees closer to the time.

Watch the first webinar in the Building HS2’s West Midlands Stations series – Designing Interchange Station .

The next webinar will be 'Midlands Stations – Achieving a Sustainable Lifetime Through Design'. Please subscribe to to be kept informed about this and future sessions, or visit for details of all upcoming events.

If you have a question about HS2 or our works, please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email .

Posted on 5th March 2021

by HS2 in Birmingham