Back in March, Stop HS2 highlighted the legal disclaimer at the start of the consultation documents:
“While the Department of Transport (DfT) has made every effort to ensure the information in this document is accurate, DfT does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of that information and it cannot accept liability for any loss or damages of any kind resulting from reliance on the information or guidance this document contains”
Now, with just three weeks to go of the consultation, the Department for Transport have quietly put errata documents on the consultation website.
However, these errata documents are easy to miss on Dft’s consultation website. To find them you have to go to the Dft’s library and then look in turn in each option for dowloading the Consultation Document,Economic Case, Appraisal of Sustainability , HS2 Route Engineering Report , Strategic Alternatives to the Proposed ‘Y’ Network and the Equality Impact Screening and hope that you don’t miss spotting one of the errata documents.
If you’ve downloaded the documents, already why would you check those pages?
But in all these updates they’ve done, the DfT or HS2 Ltd have made another mistake. You can download the errata for the main consultation document, but the document itself has vanished from their website. That’s OK though, you can download it from the Stop HS2 website: here.
(Stop HS2 hopes that the Department for Transport will have put the consultation document back on their website soon.)