HS2’s Notice to Proceed has been seen by Wendover Residents and many more as a breach of trust by our Government during the worst crisis the world has seen in many years; COVID-19.
On 15 April 2020, the Department for Transport gave approval for HS2 Ltd to issue Notice to Proceed to our four Main Works Civils Contractors (MWCC) working on Phase One of the project.
To help all those making essential journeys across the county during the pandemic, Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has brought in changes to make sure that road repairs and maintenance can continue to be carried out.
This letter was sent to Mark Thurston, CEO, HS2 Ltd during the Easter weekend, prior to the HS2 Notice to Proceed which was revealed 15 April.
Buckinghamshire Council has reacted with dismay to news that the government has given the go ahead for HS2 to carry on despite the current national crisis
Statement from Buckinghamshire MPs following the Transport Department’s Notice to Proceed with construction of Phase 1 of HS2
Five MPs from Buckinghamshire have issued a statement today following the Transport Department's notice to proceed with phase 1 of HS2
What's going on with the Wendover Active Resistance Camp?
The go-ahead for building HS2 is now expected in April
Can you remember engagement?
Since the Coronavirus restrictions have come into effect, Wendover News has been included in messages to HS2 Ltd which contain photos of building contractors for HS2 flouting the restrictions.