The HS2 High Speed train, was given the go ahead in 2012. The train enters a proposed tunnel very close to buildings on Gloucester Avenue, London, NW1, and is within metres of existing railway lines.
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michael rawlings, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: As the owner of a house in Gloucester Avenue I would urge the designers of HS2 to avoid tunnelling under these houses which are in most cases over one hundred years old and may be fragile to this type of work
louise delamere, United States2 years ago Comments: these are our homes. Would you want this??
Moray MacLennan, United Kingdom2 years ago Comments: Proper costing of what is obviously better for peoples lives needs to be undertaken. The whole rationale is about money and the UK P& L. Current arguments for the scheme are based on an extremely amateur and paper thin projections. Having spent my career plotting growth for companies it is fairly simple to see the case for is guess work and crossed fingers. The ultimate objective is one we all subscribe to but I am 90% certain this will not deliver and be an embarrassing error and growth would be far more likely if invested in the digital economy. I could go on..
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