Southern has officially announced five new retail units will be opening in Eastbourne station soon. The former ticket office, mess room and rotunda will be transformed as part of the £700,000 scheme – and the shiny new shops are set to open their doors in spring. The railway operator says the renovation will return some of the station’s original architecture, but has not confirmed exactly which retailers will be joining the station. This comes after the first part of the station’s £1.5m improvements were completed at the weekend – with the new ticket office opening next to the taxi rank entrance on Saturday (November 17). New ticket office opens in Eastbourne stationGraham Thrower, Southern’s area station manager, said, “I’m really pleased our new ticket office is open, marking the completion of this first, major part of our scheme to improve Eastbourne station. “Passengers, I hope, will really notice the difference and enjoy the better facilities and more pleasing environment. “We can now look forward to the next phase with the remodelling of the retail units which we hope will be complete by next spring.”Sneak peek inside new retail unit in Eastbourne stationThe improvements have also seen the waiting room remodelled… Read full this story
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