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  1. Women in Engineering

    22nd June 2020

    We’re determined to become a global leader in high speed rail and engineering excellence. More women and young people is what will take us there. Read their stories.

  2. The services we offer

    25th March 2020

    We are committed to keeping our neighbours up to date on our progress and what work is taking place where they are.

  3. HS2 Phase 2b: Western Leg

    7th October 2020

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

  4. Accessibility statement for HS2.org.uk

    23rd September 2019

    This website is run by HS2 Ltd. We want as many people as possible to be able to use this website.

  5. Jobs and skills

    4th September 2020

    At peak construction, 30,000 jobs will be needed to design and build HS2, including at least 2,000 apprenticeships. Once operational, the network will need 3,000 new jobs spread across the country.

  6. HS2 Archaeology

    26th October 2018

    Before we build bridges, tunnels, tracks and stations, the largest archaeology programme ever undertaken in the UK is taking place along the line of route.

  7. HS2 Guide to Ground Settlement

    5th June 2020

    Information on: how your property might be affected; what we will do to protect your property or pay for repairs; how we will keep you informed; and what a settlement deed is and how to apply for one.

  8. Online Information Event: Highway improvement works – Station Road, Quainton

    2nd October 2020

    Join this online event to find out more about the Station Road closure and have your questions answered by the team.

  9. Commercial Careers

    6th August 2019

    HS2 is a unique opportunity. With the expert input of our procurement, commercial and contract professionals, this high-speed rail link will change the future of the country.

  10. Rural Support Zone

    15th May 2020

    The Rural Support Zone (RSZ) is the area outside the safeguarded area, which is typically up to 120 metres from the centre line of the HS2 railway in rural areas.