Stanhope, Argent, Amec and Allied London in the running to rebuild Manchester's Victoria station.
Developers Stanhope, Argent, Amec and Allied London have lined up to rebuild Manchester's Victoria station.
The scheme is part of Network Rail's massive overhaul of major stations across the country. Expressions of interest for massive programmes at London's Euston and Victoria stations have already been given.
Network Rail is working with Manchester council on the scheme and the two are looking for a developer to masterplan, design and build a mixed-use development with offices, retail and leisure uses.
A tall building is understood to be part of the plans, which will cover a 2.5 acre car park close to the station and a 1 acre site next to Chatham's School of Music.
A vacant 3700 m2 grade II-listed building is also likely to be part of the scheme, which will include much of the station.