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  1. The Principal Building at Birmingham Curzon Street

    8th January 2021

    The Principal Building represents the world's oldest surviving piece of monumental railway. architecture.

  2. In the foreground a mobile crane works on a construction site, behind it a steel structure is under construction.

    2020 progress

    30th December 2020

    There are now 240 sites between London and the West Midlands, employing over 13,000 people with tens of thousands of more jobs supported in the supply chain. Find out more about HS2 progress in 2020.

  3. HS2 Phase 2b Eastern Leg

    12th December 2020

    From the West Midlands to Leeds.

  4. HS2 Phase 2b: Western Leg

    12th December 2020

    The Western leg goes from Crewe to Manchester, connecting to the West Coast Main Line south of Wigan.

  5. Artist-impression-of-Crewe-Railway-Station-entrance-from-Weston-Road

    Phase 2b: Crewe to Manchester, West Midlands to Leeds

    12th December 2020

    Extending the high speed network to Manchester and Leeds, and beyond.

  6. Safeguarding

    11th December 2020

    The government needs to ensure that land needed for the railway is not built upon without being consulted and this process is called safeguarding.

  7. HS2 and the Natural Environment

    10th December 2020

    All leading environmental organisations agree that climate change is the biggest future threat to UK habitats. By providing a cleaner, greener way to travel, HS2 will help cut traffic and domestic flight demand and help reduce carbon emissions.

  8. HS2 positive effect on environment

    HS2 Green Corridor

    10th December 2020

    The Green Corridor Prospectus and map provide detail about how we are already delivering environment projects up and down the route and how communities can benefit further by getting involved.

  9. Phase One: London to West Midlands

    7th December 2020

    Learn about the HS2 Phase One route and its construction.

  10. Buckinghamshire tunnels

    7th December 2020

    Buckinghamshire will benefit from two HS2 tunnels, carrying the railway from the Colne Valley to Wendover - the Chilterns tunnel and the Wendover tunnel.