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Redevelopment scheme arrives at Redcar station

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Robertson Construction is set to start major redevelopment works at Redcar Central Station, converting an empty Grade II listed building into a welcoming town centre gateway.

The building will function as both a leisure and retail hub, as well as a key transport link, providing rail facilities including ticket machines, travel information and waiting rooms.

The project, which is funded by the Government’s Levelling Up Partnership Fund, Welcome to Redcar and Cleveland, and the Railway Heritage Trust, will complete in late 2025.

Councillor Lynn Pallister, Cabinet Member for Growth and Enterprise, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council, said: “Our residents have been looking forward to seeing some progress on the station, and I know they’ll be pleased to finally see some being made.

“This is fantastic for local businesses, as it will give visitors a more welcoming first impression of the town.

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen, said: “This pivotal work will restore Redcar Central Station to its former glory, while providing new, modern spaces for our brilliant leisure and hospitality businesses. It will encourage even more people to visit the town and see first-hand the great new entertainment spaces we have.”

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