Camden council launches legal challenge to HS2 – The Guardian

Posted February 16th, 2012 in housing, judicial review, local government, news, railways by sally

“The ‘great earthquake’ that ‘rent the whole neighbourhood’ was recorded by Charles Dickens in Dombey and Son when a railway first cut through Camden in the early 19th century. Nearly 200 years on, Camden’s residents are stepping up their fight against what they fear will be a smaller, but similar, seismic shock from High Speed 2, the rail scheme given the go-ahead last month.”

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The Guardian, 16th February 2012