HS2 Phase 2a: West Midlands to Crewe: Virtual one-to-one meetings
Virtual 1:1 event
- Event date
- North West
- West Midlands
The HS2 Phase 2a Engagement team would like to invite you to book an appointment for a virtual one-to-one meeting on Wednesday 17 November.
The Phase 2a line will run from the northern end of Phase One at Fradley in the West Midlands to Crewe in Cheshire.
Book your one-to-one online appointment and find out more about Phase 2a of HS2.
You can book individual or group meetings of up to 3 people with our engagement team, who are available to answer your questions about the HS2 programme and works in your area. This can be anything from questions around where the Phase 2a route is going, how we will be building the railway and what works are happening in your area to the community funding available and job and business opportunities.
When registering please select up to 2 of the following so that we can tailor your appointment to your specific requirements.
- HS2 Phase 2a programme and works
- Traffic and transport
- Supply chain and job opportunities
- School engagement
- Volunteering and community projects
- Land and property
- General enquiry
We will be running this meeting via Microsoft Teams, which is a free to use online platform. You can download the app online at https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-teams/download-app. If you have the Microsoft Teams app installed on your desktop or mobile device, the session will open automatically within that.
Once registered for your chosen slot, we will send you ‘Join Microsoft Teams Meeting’ link to join your meeting by laptop or mobile device.
Registration for these slots will close 2 days before the start of the meeting to allow us to send you dial in details ahead of your appointment and collate any specific information you may find helpful.
For more information about HS2 please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email [email protected]Book via EventBrite
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