Planning consent granted for Reston

Scottish Borders Council’s planning committee has approved proposals which will see a station open in the Borders village of Reston for the first time in more than half a century.

The plans for Reston will see the construction of a two-platform station on the East Coast mainline, with 70 car parking spaces and a new access road to the station. The station itself will be fully accessible with lifts and a footbridge connecting both platforms.

The construction programme and opening date has yet to be finalised.

Source: Network Rail

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