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Camden Compensation Workshop

A packed audience in the Town Hall including Stanley Johnson, Boris’s dad, learnt more about Government’s compensation proposals for Camden. […]

HS2AA meeting with National Audit Office

HS2AA met with National Audit Office who are looking at the business case for HS2.  HS2AA updated their summary of […]

Compensation – another shot across the bows

HS2AA have written to the Secretary of State to point out that continued refusal to provide information that they hold about […]

HS2AA have today written to the Secretary of State for Transport to request the Department for Transport release the data […]

Unexpected revelations from the Government in the High Court – as HS2AA case continues

  The final day of a 9 day legal marathon of judicial reviews relating to HS2 concluded with the Government’s […]

HS2AA at high court at 12.00 on 12/12/12

At this once in a century moment HS2AA began their second judicial review. It concerns compensation for people affected by […]

Subject: High Court case – day 3 update

David Elvin QC began making HS2AA’s case yesterday afternoon (after lawyers for the 51M group of local authorities had completed […]

HS2AA take their case to the high court

 Yesterday in court the Government abandoned attempts to suppress West Coast Main Line passenger usage data. It’s now official that […]

Judicial Reviews Against HS2 Start Monday 3rd December

Two judicial reviews against HS2 (the planned high speed link between London and Birmingham) being brought by HS2 Action Alliance […]

Expert analysis of fatal flaws in HS2 business case

Chris Stokes, former Executive Director for the Strategic Rail Authority, provides a devastating and highly detailed analysis of the fatal […]