High Speed 2
That is why we are working with local residents, businesses and communities to seek to minimise the disruption they experience from HS2 and to make the case that any proposals should maximise community benefits and regeneration opportunities. Read our Mitigation Asks here.
Camden faces the highest levels of disruption from HS2 of all the areas on the route.
- Up to 500 homes could be destroyed or rendered uninhabitable.
- Hundreds of homes and businesses, and thousands of people, will be impacted by multiple construction works often lasting for a decade or longer.
- Drummond Street, Camden’s vibrant curry mile, will be hugely disrupted.
- St James Gardens, historic cemetery and open space will be severely diminished.
- Maria Fidelis School faces 10 years of blight and disruption to education.
- Vent shafts at Adelaide Road, Alexandra Place and Cobourg Street will result in the loss of businesses, and residential and open space.
Find out how you might be affected by reading about the impacts on your ward.
- November 2014: Replacement homes architects workshop
- November 2014: Impacts on Euston area discussed in letter exchange with Department for Transport
- November 2014: Fair Deal for London Alliance writes to Secretary of State for Transport
- October 2014: HS2 Ltd. agree to more community consultation on Euston
- October 2014: Camden Council submits response to HS2 Ltd.'s Property Consultation 2014
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