The government’s public consultation on the proposed high-speed rail link (HS2) between London and Birmingham closed on 29 July.
Two question will now be on the minds of many of the property owners who are likely to be affected by the scheme, which is officially estimated to cost £17bn. First: is it going to go ahead? Second: what should I do while waiting for that decision to be made?
In answer to the first query, cynics will claim that Transport secretary Philip Hammond, who is due to announce his decision by the end of the year, has already made up …
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