Leeds City Rail Station

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Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council are responsible for the Leeds Station Improvements project and are leading the work.

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West Yorkshire Combined Authority

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority works in partnership with local councils and businesses to ensure that everyone in the region benefits from a strong, successful economy and a modern, accessible transport network. By championing the region’s interests nationally and internationally, the Combined Authority secures the investment to deliver better transport and housing, help businesses to grow and create jobs. The Combined Authority works in partnership with the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to help businesses in our region grow and become more productive and operates the Metro-branded network of bus stations, travel centres and public transport information for West Yorkshire. The Combined Authority wants the region to be recognised globally as a strong, successful economy where everyone can build great businesses, careers and lives. Find out more information at www.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/TCF.
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Balfour Beatty

Balfour Beatty are the contractor appointed by Leeds City Council to undertake the works and construct the Leeds Station Improvements project.

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Transforming Cities Fund

Providing an accessible, attractive and cleaner alternative to car journeys is at the heart of the Leeds City Region Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) - a major new programme of transport infrastructure investment secured as part of the West Yorkshire devolution deal. The £457 million programme, which is being delivered by the Combined Authority in partnership with local authorities, is being paid for with money from the Department for Transport (DfT) and local match funding. Find out more information at www.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/TCF.
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