Network Rail says it is in the dark over timetable for Glasgow Queen Street overhaul The body in charge of the UK's railways has said it cannot give a date for when the delayed redevelopment of one of Scotland's busiest stations will be completed. Network Rail has told MSPs that the major contractual and legal wranglings holding up the overhaul of Glasgow's Queen Street station are ongoing, pushing the timetable back indefinitely. Work, originally expected to begin in late 2016, had been rescheduled to the second quarter of 2017. But the required Government authorisations, knows as TAWS orders, are currently eight months delayed. It is understood a key factor has been objections to the scheme from parties affected by it. The Herald revealed the lag in the £120million scheme in January and again last month amid concerns for the impact on the redevelopment of the neighbouring Buchanan Galleries shopping centre.
THE body in charge of the UK's railways has said it cannot give a date for when the delayed redevelopment of one of Scotland's busiest stations will