Royal London Asset Management, the owner of land earmarked for a Manchester Airport HS2 station, has created an image of how the scheme should look if it goes ahead, while Cheshire East Council's architect Farrells has released an image of the station at Crewe.
A report from HS2 chairman Sir David Higgins released yesterday recommended that the proposed high speed train route into Manchester should go via the airport, and announced Crewe as the location for a Northern hub.
Investment company RLAM, part of Royal London Group, owns more than 300 acres of land close to the Airport City enterprise zone and M56, known as Davenport Green.
Gareth Dickson, head of property at RLAM, said: "We strongly share the view of Greater Manchester's leaders that a Manchester Airport station offers a major opportunity to boost the economic benefits of HS2 for the city region.
"We have already written to HS2 Ltd making clear our support for a new Manchester Airport Station and proposed a station configuration on our land at Davenport Green that maximises the opportunity to create new jobs, improves local connectivity and saves money. Our focus is on integrating the station into a modern transport system to attract high profile businesses into Greater Manchester."
Cheshire East Council appointed Farrells two years ago to work up a design for the station at Crewe, which had been competing with Stoke-On-Trent as the location for a Northern 'superhub'. Higgins has called for the HS2 extension from Birmingham to Crewe to be completed by 2027, five years earlier than planned.
The artist's impression shows a station which combines HS2, West Coast main line and local services.
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