Birmingham plans to invest close to £1
billion into developing 350 acres of land around the planned HS2 station.
The Curzon Investment Plan will take 30 years to execute and will be led by the
Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP and Birmingham City Council.
John Clancy, leader of Birminham City Council said: “HS2 is a unique opportunity
that we must capitalise on now. Birmingham is at the heart of the HS2 network
and the Curzon Investment Plan shows how we intent to use this position to
create sustained economic growth and a legacy of new homes, jobs and
neighbourhoods for our city.”
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