Today is the last day of the Exceptional Hardship Scheme for Phase 2 of HS2, which finishes at 5pm.
Documents can be downloaded from the HS2 Ltd website here.
The HS2 Ltd online response form is here.
You can also email responses to HS2EHS@ipsos.com.
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Firstly, the Exceptional Hardship Consultation for Phase 2 ends on Monday 20th May. This was extended from the original deadline when Hs2 Ltd released documents – from 2010 – which were relevant to the Phase 2 consultation.
We urge everyone, even if not on directly effected by Phase 2, to respond to the consultation. People affected by the Phase 1 route have experience of the failings of the existing scheme… Continue Reading
Yesterday, Stop Hs2 – and no doubt many of our readers – received an email from HS2Enquiries@hs2.org.uk… Continue Reading
F.A.O. The Chair
Further to the letter of 28 January 2013, in which Alison Munro, the Chief Executive of HS2 Ltd, invited you to respond to the consultation on Exceptional Hardship Scheme for Phase Two of the HS2 network, I would like to bring to your attention that the consultation is
The HS2 Stage 1 Compensation Consultation runs until midnight on the 31st January. If you haven’t responded, or want to send our suggested supplementary response, simply fill in your details and select the answers
Are you responding on behalf of an organisation?
If you are, please state the name of the organisation:
Do you wish your response to be confidential?
If you… Continue Reading
Sent: Friday, 25 January 2013, 18:26
Subject: Urgent – HS2 Compensation and Safeguarding Consultations
Dear Secretary of State,
Apologies if this causes you any grief or hassle, but this is a formal request to extend the January 31st deadline for your Department’s current consultation on HS2 safeguarding and compensation. The reason for this request is set out below.
As thousands of residents along the route are potentially affected by HS2… Continue Reading
Early Day Motions (EDMs) are formal motions submitted for debate in the House of Commons. However, very few are actually debated. EDMs allow MPs to draw attention to an event or cause and are effectively petitions for MPs. As such, we need you to ask you MP to sign it. To do this, simply write to them via this link… Continue Reading , enter your postcode, select your MP and ask them
Connected to a number of these events will be shadow consultation events organised by local action groups opposed to HS2.
09 Jan 2013
Chipping Warden Village Hall
Chipping Warden OX17 1LB
1.00pm – 8.00pm
11 Jan 2013
Calvert Green Community Centre
Calvert Green MK18 2FJ
12.00pm – 8.00pm
12 Jan 2013
Wendover Memorial Hall
Aylesbury HP22 6HF
9.00am –… Continue Reading
Peter Delow, at HS2 and the Environment, is putting up a series of articles looking at the consultations on Compensation and Safeguarding. These are well worth reading if you have yet to submit a consultation response (deadline 31st January).
The first four are:
Keeping things safe… Continue Reading – The Property & Compensation Consultation, part 1
The folks at HS2 Ltd are really big on drawing lines on maps and have
With the prospect of a few days off work for many of our readers, we thought you might like to take the time to put together a response for the compensation consultation or the safeguarding consultation which are going on until 31st January 2013.
Main link to the Consultations home page: http://highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk/consultations-0
Overview of the Property and Compensation Consultation http://highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk/consultations/property-compensation-london-to-west-midlands/maps-and-plans
Full Property and Compensation Consultation document (49 pages): http://highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk/sites/highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk/files/9213-DfT-HS2-01-PCCS01_TAGGED.PDF… Continue Reading
The dates of the HS2 Ltd Information Days on the Property and Compensation Consultation were posted to their website… Continue Reading on Wednesday.
HS2 Ltd say
“As part of the Property and Compensation Consultation, we will hold a series of information events at community venues close to the route between London and the West Midlands.
“These events are intended to provide those people most affected by these proposals with the opportunity to