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  1. Do you have any strong points of veiw or will the route will affect you, have your say here. Did your MP go to the debate about High Speed Rail in March ? It was held in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament, on Thursday 31st March between 2.30 and 5.30 It’s was arranged by MPs Andrea Leadsom, Geoffrey Robinson, Dan Byles and Peter Bone. Geoffrey Robinson has come out against HS2 already – even though it does not pass through his constituency. See the proposed route here :- http://highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk/in-your-area The Consultaion Document on HS2 is here :- http://highspeedrail.dft.gov.uk/ Exceptional Hardship Scheme opens for applications The Exceptional Hardship Scheme (EHS) for property owners affected by the proposed high speed rail line from London to Birmingham is open for applications Property owners on, or in the vicinity of, HS2 Ltd’s recommended route - Route 3 - who urgently need to move, and would suffer exceptional hardship if they are unable to do so, can apply for the Government to buy their property at its full unblighted value. For full details and application forms :- http://www.hs2.org.uk/assets/x/64304 If you want to say 'NO' to HS2 http://stophs2.org/ If you support HS2 http://yestohs2.blogspot.com/2010/10/case-for-high-speed-2-hs2-answering.html http://www.yestohs2.co.uk/
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