This page lists all the detailed maps and plans related to HS2. If you’re looking for a particular map or area, clicking on the links below will redirect you to the section of the site where the relevant information is available.
As the project develops, the maps and plans linked to here are subject to change. Please note that some maps may be accompanied by notices to this effect, for example, maps that have been part of a previous consultation may be supplied for reference purposes only.
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Plan and profile maps
Our plan and profile maps show the HS2 line of the route as it appears using Ordnance Survey mapping backgrounds. The bottom portion of each map depicts the profile of the line in relation to the ground, for example, showing where the line is in an embankment, over a bridge or viaduct. They also show indicative road diversions and junction layouts.
These maps are organised and therefore correspond to a particular geographical section of route section with a key plan that helps show how the route is divided up into these geographical sections for your ease of reference.
The scale used for each map is shown on the map itself and varies depending on rural or urban locations.
Map for the West Midlands to Leeds, Manchester and beyond
Please note that the Phase Two plan and profile maps were issued as part of the preferred line of route consultation that took place between July 2013 and January 2014.
The consultation has now closed and the outcome of the consultation will be published in due course.
Therefore, these maps will be subject to change and should be used for reference purposes only.
These maps show the safeguarding zone that surrounds the HS2 Phase One line of route that protect the project from future developments between London and the West Midlands.
They are subject to the Safeguarding Directions issued on 26 June 2014, which can be found in our safeguarding section on this website at:
These maps also show the Extended Homeowner Protection Zone, which are the areas of land that were previously in surface safeguarding according to the 24 October 2013 Safeguarding Directions, but which now are no longer within surface safeguarding in accordance with the Safeguarding Directions issued on 26 June 2014, which can be found at the above link.
Maps for the West Midlands to Leeds, Manchester and beyond
There are no safeguarding maps available for the line of route from the West Midlands to Leeds, Manchester and beyond at this time.
These maps will be produced and published as part of a safeguarding consultation for this part of the route that will be undertake in due course.
Please note that the London to West Midlands safeguarding maps are not related to this part of the route in any way, and therefore should not be used to try and ascertain what the safeguarding zone may be.