Posts by HS2AA

Camden Has A Problem

  It’s hard to visualise the extent to which the plans HS2 Ltd have for Camden will disrupt that community. […]

Prime Minister-Demand For Long Distance Rail Is Not Growing Anymore

The Office of the Rail Regulator has published passenger usage figures for the year to the end of September 2013. […]

HS2AA Publish Briefing for MPs on Compensation Consultation

HS2AA have published a guide for Members of Parliament to the current consultation on compensation. A copy can be viewed […]

HS2AA Provides Detailed Submission to Transport Select Committee

Ahead of their hearing with the Secretary of State for Transport next week HS2AA has submitted a detailed briefing to […]

HS2AA Publishes Briefing For Members of The House of Lords

Ahead of Tuesday’s debate on the HS2 Paving Bill, HS2AA has distributed to all members of the House of Lords […]

4 Out Of 12 Tests Passed

We wrote to the Department for Transport back in September setting out 12 tests which the revised business case for […]

HS2AA In The Information Daily

We’re in today’s edition of the Information Daily, the leading public policy publication setting out why the latest business case […]

HS2AA At Spectator Debate

We were out in force yesterday evening before the Spectator Debate on HS2 to push the case against HS2. We […]

YouGov Poll Confirms Majority of UK Population Opposes HS2

YouGov have published a new poll on public attitudes to HS2. It makes grim reading for the Department for Transport […]

HS2AA At Parliament to Brief MPs on Compensation

Earlier this week HS2AA briefed MPs on the issues with the current Government proposals on compensation. We set out why […]