E-Gov Petition re HS2 - Major Projects Report
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The Business Case for HS2 faces another setback
The Department for Transport, sponsors of the Government's High Speed 2 train project, was forced to admit yesterday that the Business Case for the £32billion scheme now only delivers half the originally forecast benefits and will barely break even on the Government's own figures.
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HS2 - the debate continues
Councils launch HS2 challenge
Members of 51m, the alliance of local authorities opposed to HS2, have served a formal letter on the Secretary of State for Transport asking her to rescind her decision to proceed with HS2 and giving notice that they may otherwise challenge the decision by way of judicial review.
HS2 is NOT a done deal. Bucks County Council, Chiltern District Council, the various Stop HS2 Action Groups and this Association continue to work to fight off HS2. In addition. it is highly probable that there will be legal actions against the flawed processes the Government have used to date on HS2.
We are aware that the Department for Transport has started sending out letters to those whose houses will potentially be destroyed by HS2.
Next step - Judicial Review