Independent report

HS2: hub station proposition at Crewe

A proposition for an HS2 hub station at Crewe from Cheshire East Council and Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership Board.

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From rail town to high speed rail city: a vision for Crewe

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Cheshire East Council and Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership Board (July 2012)

Following receipt in March of HS2 Ltd’s route, station and depot advice for phase two, the government held a series of confidential listening events with political and economic leaders from the cities and regions that will be served by phase two. These events were held to enable the government to hear directly from the cities and regions concerned about their development and regeneration aspirations, so that they could ascertain how best HS2 can support these. Following these discussions, delivery partners prepared additional written advice for the government’s consideration. Where confidentiality has not been requested, this advice is being published.

This is a proposition from Cheshire East Council and Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership Board, presented to the department in July 2012, for a HS2 hub station at Crewe in partnership with HS2.

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Published 28 January 2013