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Ealing Times: "Acton railway cottage residents seek compensation for 10 years of HS2 disruption"

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"ELDERLY residents, who have lived in Victorian cottages at Acton for 70 years, took to the streets last week asking the Government for compensation for the 10 years of disruption they will be caused by HS2.

"A Select Committee of MPs visited North Acton tube station on Wednesday morning, to see the potential damage that tunnelling and work on a proposed interchange station at Old Oak Common might cause.

"Many residents have lived in the street for 25-70 years, and around 10 of the homes are occupied by children of the original tenants."

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