HS2 news

A picture of Birmingham's office in Birmingham. There is a tram route through grass in front of the glass and steel office

HS2 staff told to return to office half the time


Project employs 1,500 people, mainly out of Birmingham

HS2 temporary office

Green light for temporary HS2 construction college and site office


Camden scheme will be demolished after 10 years to make way for railway’s new central London lines


Integrated Rail Plan: industry reacts


Government’s confirmation that HS2’s eastern leg will be scrapped and Northern Powerhouse Rail downgraded divides opinions


HS2’s eastern leg to Leeds scrapped with Northern Powerhouse Rail also pulled, government confirms


Ministers finally unveil long-awaited plans for regional rail upgrades

leeds station

Northern Powerhouse Rail plan set to be scrapped


HS2’s eastern leg to Leeds also expected to be binned as government gears up to publish long-awaited plan for rail upgrades this week

Architect's vision of the high speed platforms at an extended Euston station

HS2’s Euston station to be downsized, government confirms


Latest update also admits protestors have now cost project up to £80m

Keltbray biofuel trial 1

Keltbray names new director in charge of HS2 work


Neil Lindley appointed to newly created role