About HS2 Collaboration Centre, Marston Green

This section of the HS2 route between River Blythe and Coleshill features a range of major highway and waterway crossings, as well as the new HS2 Interchange Station.

To protect the local road network when the future HS2 Interchange Station is open, we are remodelling and improving the existing network and creating new routes on HS2 land. The creation of this new road network is concentrated near the A452 Chester Road, the A45 Coventry Road and the M42. 

We have been carrying out works near the A452, A45 and M42 since 2018. We refer to this area as the Interchange area because it will be the home of the future HS2 Interchange Station. Located near to the National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham Airport, Interchange Station will be a major transport gateway for the region, providing high speed rail connections to London, Birmingham and the north of England. You can find out more about these works here on our  road network improvements page. 


Visitors will be hosted at the HS2 Collaboration Centre located a short distance from where the Birmingham Interchange station will be constructed. It is here that we manage the interface between the construction of the railway and the construction of the staion managed by two seperate contractor groups. From here, visitors will have the chance to go on a minibus tour to see the extensive earthworks and concrete works which are underway.


Bookings are currently unavailable for this site.


Address Middle Bickenhill Lane,
Marston Green,

About HS2

HS2 is a new high speed railway linking up London, the Midlands, the North and Scotland serving over 25 stations including eight of Britain’s 10 largest cities and connecting around 30 million people.

HS2 is the UK’s flagship transport levelling up project. It is the biggest rail investment ever made in the North of England and is Europe’s largest infrastructure project.

The new high-speed line will run between the North West and the South East, stopping at Manchester, Birmingham and London with trains continuing on the existing network to Scotland ...