About HS2 Curzon Street

Birmingham Curzon Street Station will be at the heart of the high-speed rail network in the West Midlands. It will be one of the most environmentally-friendly stations in the world.

Sitting at the heart of the high-speed rail network, it will give people more choice about where they live, work and play.

The station itself will be net zero carbon in operation and adopt the latest eco-friendly design and sustainable technologies, including capturing rainwater and utilising sustainable power generation, with over 2,800m2 of solar panels located on platform canopies.

It is designed to meet a ‘BREEAM excellent’ standard, which is an industry recognised standard for buildings that reduce energy usage and materials waste and minimise their impact on the natural environment.

The railway will arrive into Birmingham on Curzon No 2 Viaduct, which has been nicknamed “The Bellingham Bridge” by the team in honour of England superstar and Stourbridge-born Jude Bellingham.


Visitors will have a chance to visit and view this site from the Curzon viewing platform and Roundhouse room. This elevated viewing platform provides an amazing view over the works area which includes piling and reinforced concrete works.


Bookings are currently unavailable for this site.


Address BBV Site,
Curzon Street,
B4 7RJ

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 ...