Camden writes to Select Committee
Our Parliamentary Agent Sharpe Pritchard has written to the Clerk of the Select Committee on two matters relating to the Additional Provisions we are expecting to be made to the HS2 bill this year.
The letter expresses concern that Camden should not be unfairly prejudiced by being the last area along the proposed line to be heard by the Select Committee. It notes that Camden’s position on Old Oak Common is likely to be influenced by the redesign of Euston Station, so we will consider presenting evidence on this to the Select Committee when the Council’s main case is heard in December.
You can read the letter here.
You can read our letters concerning HS2 from the last four years in our letters store.
Camden Council opposes plans for HS2 as currently proposed. If the government does go ahead with the scheme, Camden is committed to securing the best deal for our communities. Find out more here.