Redhill railway station revamp given go-ahead

How the development will look The project will cost £40m and the developers hope to start work in early 2014

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The redevelopment of Redhill station in Surrey, along with a supermarket and new homes, has been given the go-ahead.

The £40m regeneration project was approved by Reigate and Banstead Borough Council's planning committee.

It will include a new ticket hall, a public square outside the main station entrance and a multi-storey car park.

Developers Solum Regeneration, which is a joint venture between Network Rail and Kier Property, hope to start work on the scheme early next year.

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