What the suspension of government support for Crossrail 2 means for planning

With plans for hundreds of thousands of new homes resting on the delivery of Crossrail 2, the transport secretary’s decision to shelve its financial support for the project is likely to have significant impacts on planning both in and beyond the capital, say observers.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: pxhere (CC0)
Image: pxhere (CC0)

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