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Chamber and committees

Question ref. S6W-08602
Asked by: Richard Leonard, Central Scotland, Scottish Labour
Date lodged: 19 May 2022 Registered interest

Question

To ask the Scottish Government, regarding the restoration of Troon station following a fire in 2021, how much (a) has been spent on work already undertaken and (b) it anticipates the full restoration will cost in total.

Current status: Answered by Jenny Gilruth on 6 June 2022


Answer

Network Rail is undertaking restoration works following a serious fire, in July 2021, which caused extensive damage to Troon station building as well as overhead power equipment.

To date (a) £900,000 has been spent on Troon to make the station safe following the fire and to undertake temporary works to bring the station back into use for passengers.

The full cost of rebuilding the station will be dependent on the design selected for the new station building. Options for the new building will be publicly available later this summer.