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  • Infrastructure spending appears to destroy economic growth

    Bent Flyvbjerg and three of his colleagues from the Said Business School in Oxford have been investigating whether investments in infrastructure lead to economic growth or economic fragility by studying […]

    Community engagement?

    Contractors working for HS2 are again causing local upset by performing work without prior notification to the local community. The latest instance has been on the edge of Aylesbury (near […]

    HS2AA hears back from Aarhus

    The UN Environmental Committee now questions the UK Government. Following HS2AA’s appearance at the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee hearing in Geneva in March this year, the Committee has now written […]

    HS2 dealt another blow

    Simon Kirby the current CEO of HS2 Ltd quits to join Rolls Royce. But the question is did you even notice that he had arrived some two years ago? Despite […]

  • And still the costs keep rising…..

    The Adam Smith Institute is the latest to suggest the costs of HS2 are rising and may top £80bn and it would be “economically irresponsible” to continue with it; a […]

    HS2: It’s time to think again

    Yes, you have heard that message before, but now it will be debated at a fringe event at the Tory Party Conference on Tuesday 4 October. More details to follow…. […]

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