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"GVA appointed to spearhead 15 year Euston economic study"

Link to GVA

"The controversial High Speed 2 (HS2) rail link will be a key variable of the report given the likelihood of the £33bn infrastructure project going ahead as planned.

"The London Borough of Camden says it remains opposed to HS2 but also recognises that if HS2 should proceed it needs to be in a position to secure the best deal for its communities. If the project progresses, Euston will undergo significant change, as HS2 will terminate at a greatly expanded Euston station.

"In January [do they mean January 2012?], the government gave the go-ahead for the £33bn project, after agreeing changes to the London-to-Birmingham route to mitigate the impact on the countryside and local communities."

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