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Plans for a new Moseley Railway Station have been submitted as part of plans to reopen the Birmingham Camp Hill railway line to passengers. Birmingham City Council’s planning committee has already given the green light to the construction of both Kings Heath and Hazelwell railway stations. Moseley is the third and final station planned to re-open as part of the re-introduction of passenger services to the south Birmingham line. The Moseley application has been submitted slightly later as the 19th century Moseley Tunnel presented engineering challenges for the design team.
Source: Plans go in for new station on revived Birmingham rail line, by Rob Horgan, on New Civil Engineer website (May 2020—paywall / sign up for two weeks’ free access).Update: 24 September 2020
Plans for Moseley Station have today been approved by Birmingham City Council’s planning committee.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and the West Midlands Rail Executive (WMRE) along with rail industry partners including Network Rail and West Midlands Trains are leading the development of the new stations.
Source: Planning permission granted for new Moseley Railway Station, on Transport for West Midlands website. Thanks to Trundelage for the update.
New stations on the Camp Hill line (pdf), West Midlands Rail Executive
Plans for Birmingham Moseley Railway Station officially submitted, on Global Railway Review website (May 2020)