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At SLC Rail we attract people who are passionate about their work and believe in the difference that a connected rail network makes to people and business.

When you work with us, you are supported by a team of rail experts who aren’t afraid to test understanding and provide challenge – people who are always by your side, providing the best advice and championing your vision.

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From regional rail strategies to sophisticated funding models and from accessibility enhancements to full new station developments, we are proud of our outstanding reputation for visionary ideas, dependable advice and on-target project delivery.

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The latest news from the SLC Rail team

Worcestershire Parkway scoops three top civil engineering awards

Worcestershire Parkway has won three top civil engineering project awards at the West Midlands Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Awards. The project, which saw the first new station constructed in Worcestershire in over 100 years, was awarded the Geotechnical award, Large Project of the Year award and also crowned Best Overall Project. The annual awards ceremony […]

Elephant Parade remains ‘on track’ with latest sponsorship

SLC Rail is the latest business to join Worcester’s Big Parade next summer. Birmingham-based SLC Rail, which supported Worcestershire County Council to design and deliver Worcestershire Parkway – the county’s first new station in over 100 years – and continues to support the council on future rail schemes in the area, is to sponsor an elephant in the eight-week […]

Planning permission granted for two new Black Country railway stations

A major milestone has been reached after SLC Property, in conjunction with the West Midlands Rail Programme and SLC Rail, has secured permission to build two new railway stations on the Walsall to Wolverhampton Line. The stations at Darlaston and Willenhall were backed by Walsall Council’s planning committee, meaning that the project can move forward […]