The Impact of HS2 for Camden   (Response to be received BEFORE 24th January 2014)

The Impact of HS2 for Camden   (Response to be received BEFORE 24th January 2014)

 Tue, January 14, 2014

Hi Everybody,  PLEASE DISTRIBUTE AS FAR AND WIDE AS POSSIBLE

HS2 is now at an alarming & critical point.....for stakeholder, local residents, the wider Camden and neighbouring boroughs that will also be affected.

Whether you support HS2 or not – I trust that you are aware of its massive local impact, with a ‘decade of disruption’ across Camden Town and Primrose Hill, as 7 bridges are demolished & rebuilt, 1 bridge widened, sewers are dug up, new compounds for construction plant are established, and up to a hundred lorries per day are added to the traffic jams created by months & months of road closures.  The proposals for Camden Town are at http://tinyurl.com/HS2CamTnEnvSt; for Primrose Hill at http://tinyurl.com./HS2PHill-KilbEnvSt; (or the Bill as a whole is http://tinyurl.com/HS2Bill ).

Even if you live away from the railway lines you should be aware that whole areas & roads of Camden Town, Kentish Town, Primrose Hill & Hampstead will be ‘closed’ for months at a time!

Time is running out to make comments!  They need to be received by NEXT FRIDAY – 24th January – at the VERY latest.

Please write to:           Freepost RTEC-AJUT-GGH
                                    HS2 Phase One Bill
                                    PO Box 70178
                                    London
                                    WC1A 9HS

Using your own words to say (or copying & pasting) something like:

Since I would be materially affected by the proposed HS1/HS2 Link line above ground through Camden Town and the intolerable disruption it would cause for years, I submit this as my response “IF an HS1/HS2 Link line is built across Camden Town, it should be tunnelled”.

Please be sure to include your name and address!

It’s not too late yet..... But it soon will be!  Have your say NOW!!!!!!

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