What is the route of HS2 in Warwickshire?
The southern section of HS2 in Warwickshire includes two viaducts in the Radbourne area, before passing Southam and entering a tunnel underneath Long Itchington Wood. The route travels on viaducts over the River Itchen and the Oxford Canal as it continues through the county.
Where is HS2 going through Buckinghamshire?
The HS2 route in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire will travel through The Chalfonts, Central Chilterns, to the south-west of Aylesbury and across north-east Oxfordshire.
Does HS2 affect my property?
It’s clear that the impact of HS2 on property prices is still somewhat unknown. However, it’s likely that in the short term, properties closest to the planned route will be negatively affected. However, over the long-term houses near to the line (but not directly on it) are likely to see their property values increase.
Where does HS2 tunnel start and finish?
The Chiltern tunnel will carry the High Speed 2 (HS2) railway line under the Chiltern Hills in England. The twin-bore tunnels, which are 16.04 km (9.97 miles) long, will be the longest on the HS2 line….Chiltern tunnel.
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Will HS2 have stations?
HS2 trains will serve over 25 stations connecting around 30 million people.
Will I get compensation from HS2?
You can claim compensation if your property is affected by HS2, and in a safeguarded area, by applying through the (either): Express Purchase Scheme. Need to Sell Scheme.
Will HS2 still go to Nottingham?
Under proposals set out in the Government’s Integrated Rail Plan for the North and Midlands, HS2 will serve Nottingham and Derby city centres directly rather than with a parkway stop between the two cities at Toton, which would have required passengers for Nottingham and Derby to change trains.
Where is HS2 underground?
Most of the HS2 route in London will run through newly constructed tunnels. Beginning underground at Euston, the route goes to Old Oak Common, before emerging just south of the Ruislip Golf Course in West Ruislip, and then continuing on the surface.