Levenmouth Rail Link: First glimpse of planned new station as designs are unveiled

Residents of Leven and Cameron Bridge will have their first chance to view the master plan for station developments which will be delivered as part of the Levenmouth rail link project.

Network Rail will unveil the final plans at two walk-in events to be held close to the proposed station sites – and residents will be able to view them before planning applications are submitted to Fife Council.

The Cameron Bridge event will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday October 3 at the Methilhill Bowling Club, Main Street, Methilhil.

What the proposed Leven station might look like

For Leven it will be between 4pm and 7pm on Tuesday 4th October at the Leven Centre, Commercial Road, Leven.

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Community events will allow residents to see the designs, meet the team members who will deliver the stations, and ask questions.

The plans for the resort have been developed in consultation with stakeholders, and the tours follow consultation with Fife Council on the wider ‘place-making’ aspects of the developments.

Community feedback has been considered and used to inform station designs which will now be on display before being submitted for planning permission.

The project is working towards completing the construction of the stations and the wider rail link project in the spring of 2024.

Martin McKinlay, Network Rail sponsor of the Levenmouth rail link project, said: “The level of interest in the development of the stations and the project in general is phenomenal.

“We look forward to meeting the communities around the stations and we are convinced that what we offer meets their needs as future station users.

“We look forward to meeting everyone at the community stops, presenting the station plans and answering any questions about the project.”

For anyone unable to get around, but still wanting to review the plans, they can find everything they need to know on the Levenmouth pages of the Scottish Railway website at www.scotlandsrailway.com/projects after the launch of the drop- in sessions.

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