Moseley Village Train Station is is hotly anticipated addition to the local infrastructure of Moseley. It is expected to significantly educe journey times to Birmingham New Street by 7 to 21 minutes*.
Part of the Camp Hill Line which was closed after the Second World War, investment has now been secured to reopen Moseley Village Train Station along with Kings Heath and Pineapple Road. Work is now well underway.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and the West Midlands Rail Executive (WMRE) will lead the development and work closes with West Midlands Trains and National Rail.
Moseley Forum are working hard not only to ensure that the station lives up to expectations but that it is a benefit to the community.
More information from the West Midlands Combined Authority can be found here.
Planning documents submitted to Birmingham City Council can be found here.
Look out for meetings and updates from Moseley Forum – detail of meetings can be found here.
*West Midlands Rail Executive (2023), https://wmre.org.uk/camp-hill-line-stations, [Online],[Accessed 20th October, 2023].
Please note that by clicking on the below designs will take you to the planning designs held by Birmingham City Council website. Due to the high resolutions, it may take time to render.