New stations at Lea Bridge (North London), Ilkeston (Derbyshire), Newcourt (Devon) and Pye Corner (Newport) were given the green light after successfully applying for funding under the New Station Fund.
Lea Bridge is located on the Lea Valley line between Tottenham Hale and Stratford in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The station, costing in excess of £6.5 million, will consist of two platforms, a new footbridge and lifts, station canopy, ticket vending machines, Oyster readers, waiting shelters, help points and cycle storage.
Ilkeston is on the Erewash Valley line between Nottingham and Langley Mill. The unmanned station costing over £6.5 million will consist of two 6-car platforms and waiting shelters, plus a new 150-space car park, cycle storage, taxi rank and bus stop.
Newcourt is located on the Exmouth Branch between Digby and Sowton and Topsham. The new station costing around £1.5 million will comprise a new platform and shelter, ticket machine, secure cycle parking and CCTV. The station will be served by a half hourly local service on the Exmouth branch.
Pye Corner is on the Ebbw Valley line in South Wales between Rogerstone and Cardiff. The station costing over £3.5 million will consist of a single platform and will be equipped with a help point, ticket machine, CCTV and customer information screens. The station will be served by a car park accommodating 70 spaces.