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Metro, in partnership with Network Rail, has been given
the go-ahead by the Department for Transport to develop a new
pedestrian entrance for Leeds Rail Station, called Leeds Station
Southern Entrance (LSSE).
Situated over the River Aire, to the south of the station
complex, the new £14.2m entrance - funded by the Department
for Transport, Metro and Network Rail - will give direct access to
and from the station to the river and canal-side areas around
Granary Wharf and Water Lane.
Metro is holding three exhibition events for passengers, local
residents and businesses, to be held on:
Metro staff will be on-hand to answer questions about the new
station entrance proposals at all three events.
Anyone unable to attend can still have their say by visiting
www.wymetro.com/lsse and completing the on-line questionnaire; by
emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; or by writing to Leeds Station Southern
Entrance, Metro, 40-50 Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 2DE.
Construction is due to start in summer 2013 and the new entrance
is expected to open in summer 2014.