Peers call for regeneration power to be deleted from HS2 bill

A measure in the HS2 Bill to allow the secretary of state to acquire land for wider regeneration unrelated to the rail scheme should be dropped as it is 'undesirable and unnecessary', a report by peers has recommended.

by Jamie Carpenter
HS2: committee was responsible for considering petitions against the bill (picture by Roger Marks)
HS2: committee was responsible for considering petitions against the bill (picture by Roger Marks)

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