Received EHS Applications Analysis

From HS2 Ltd website: some details of the “Received EHS Applications Analysis”

From Received EHS Application Analysis – Phase 2

To Date1 December 2013
Number of applications received64
Number of applications which are reapplications6
Number of applications withdrawn by applicants0
Number of applications accepted under the EHS15
Number of applications rejected under the EHS22
Number of applications pending a decision27
Number of formal offers accepted by applicants10
Number of purchases which have completed0

(Less than a quarter of Hs2 Phase 2 EHS applications accepted, more than a third rejected.)

From Received EHS Applications Analysis – Phase 1

To Date1 December 2013
Number of applications received517
Number of applications which are reapplications146
Number of applications withdrawn by applicants23
Number of applications accepted under the EHS131
Number of applications rejected under the EHS330
Number of applications pending a decision33
Number of formal offers accepted by applicants112
Number of purchases which have completed99

(Less than a fifth of applications to the EHS have resulted in sale of the property, more than 3.5 years after HS2 Phase 1 was announced.)

One comment to “Received EHS Applications Analysis”
  1. Exceptional Hardship sums up phase 1 for no local TRANSPORT benefits. hS2 failed BRITAIN WITH THE WRONG ROUTE ACROSS BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. VIOLATION. See the options in volume 2 for Aylesbury which were too expensive and the distorted understating of losses and
    damage. Thankfully the ex CPS Head acknowledges infringement of human rights. Please comment on those sob stories by hs2 where you were denied your communities request along the wrong route. The PM wants more local footage for his shopping trips for chops and presents instead of facing the issues and changing the route. No sense of importance only photo shoots.

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