There is a broad campaign against HS2 which includes groups created to challenge the basis for the project, charities and local government. Some groups are purely local, whilst others have regional or national roles-all are united in their opposition to HS2.
Action Groups Against HS2 (AGAHST) is the coordinating body which works with 90 local community action groups that exist to oppose HS2 and two national campaigning organisations: HS2AA and Stop HS2.
Stop HS2 is a national campaign opposing HS2 through campaigning and raising awareness.
51m is a group of 18 local authorities that has joined together in a national campaign to actively challenge the HS2 rail project. The group is known as “51m” because that represents how much HS2 will cost each and every Parliamentary Constituency… £51 million!
Wildlife Trusts, the largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to protecting wildlife and wild places everywhere. They are supported by more than 800,000 members and oppose HS2.
Official HS2 (mis)information