- High Speed Two (HS2) Limited
- Part of:
- HS2 Phase One: High Speed Rail (London to West Midlands) Bill, HS2: high speed rail, and Rail network
- 27 April 2016
These documents provide details about petitioners being heard in the House of Lords Select Committees for the HS2 hybrid Bill.
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‘Locus standi’ is the term used to define those who have sufficient connection to the HS2 (High Speed Two) hybrid Bill to have their petition heard before the Select Committee.
Petitioners are those who are ‘specially and directly affected’ by the Bill, with challenges being made by the Secretary of State and action decided by the Select Committee. A petition can be challenged if the promoter of the Bill disagrees that there is a direct and special effect. In that event, the Committee decides whether there is a right to appear. You will be notified if your petition is to be challenged.
These documents therefore provide further information relating to Locus Challenges in the House of Lords.
Published: 27 April 2016